Ok, I found all settins in the Modern interface. It's great they are there, but I wish they were ALSO on the desktop, somewhere.
I now have a much bigger problem.
On my laptop, I have two accounts. A domain account I use in the office. And a local, personal account, I use at home. This model has worked beautifully for years.
With the old Skydrive desktop app, I could use the same Skydrive in both accounts.
Since I installed windows 8.1, this happened:
1. In order to access Skydrive from my office (domain) account, I had to LINK such domain account to my Microsoft Account - and not simply authenticate to Skydrive -. That was done successfully, see above, and I understand that now my Domain account is in many way linked to my Microsoft account, but still, is is a separate entity from it.
2. In order to access Slydrive from my personal, local account (same PC, but non-domain account), again I cannot simply authenticate to Skydrive. But, unlike the above case with the domain account, I can't simply link my local laptop account to Microsoft Account. The system is requiring me (unless I am missing something) to switch to a Microsoft account! In other words, my local account will be replace by my Microsoft account! Now, this won't work for me because my local laptop account has access to specific resources of my home LAN (I have a server, etc), and changing credentials would be a major issue for me.
So, it seems that Microsoft understands that a domain account cannot be turned into a Microsoft account, but expects any local non-domain account to instead turn into a Microsoft account, otherwise, no skydrive. Am I correct? Am I missing something? This is bad design, as it is decreasing my configuration flexibility, instead of adding more options.
I understand the benefit of a centralized Microsoft account, but we all have many accounts, and we all have our own design in terms of networks, computers, credentials.
Why is this becoming so rigid and unflexible?
Am I supposed to stop using Skydrive and move entirely to Dropbox?
Any help on this is very welcome!