If you use the SkyDrive desktop application in Windows, you might like an easier way to send files to your drive other than the standard drag and drop method. One way is to add SkyDrive to the Send To context menu, and it’s easy.
Add SkyDrive to Windows Send To Menu
Adding SkyDrive to the Send To menu is essentially the same as adding Google Drive to it. Use the keyboard shortcut Windows Key + R to bring up the Run dialog and type: shell:sendto and hit Enter.
Now drag a shortcut to your SkyDrive to the Send To folder. There’s a couple ways to do it, but the way I do it is right-click SkyDrive from Windows Explorer, it should be listed under Favorites. Then drag it over, release it, then select Create Shortcuts Here. That way you will still have the SkyDrive folder under Favorites.
When you right-click a file or folder, you’ll have SkyDrive listed under Send To in the Context Menu.
Bonus Tip: Using the steps above, you’ll be able to send items to the root of your SkyDrive folder. If you want items to go to a specific location, just copy the folder shortcuts from SkyDrive to the Send To folder. Here I added two common places I send files to.