On Windows 8.1, OneDrive (SkyDrive) is introduced as one of the standard options of where to save files.
This function enables you to save files on a cloud server supplied by Microsoft Cooperation.
Files saved on OneDrive can be easily accessed by third-party users depending on the settings.
Also, it has a directory-synchronization function, which could upload files without your intention, leading to a leakage of information.
If you are planning to use OneDrive, please read the acceptable use policy (Microsoft) and handle it carefully.
For the procedure of how to disable OneDrive functions through local account settings, click on the link below.
How to manage Local Account Settings
Please check information provided by the manufacturers of your PC before you upgrade to Windows 8.1
For more information, please refer to "Notice from Academic Computing and Communications Center".
For further information, please check "About compatibility when upgrading your OS".
We use EES License to provide Office2013. If you have installed Office 2013 using EES license and are planning to upgrade to Windows 8.1 by purchasing it from the Microsoft Store, your license will be formatted and an alert pop-up will be displayed.
To avoid this, you will have to add a registry file and register license once again.
Please check here for the procedure on how to add registry files.
If you are currently using Windows 8.1, please read above and continue from below.
For unclear points and other instructions, please check our manual.