Source When Jones demonstrated the Photos app, he demonstrated Access Control System even more. Also, there was no mention of Windows Live anywhere. The app was connected to Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and anything else that could have been used to display pictures. All you had to do was sign into the app with your Windows Live ID. There was no additional sign in to any of the apps running in the background. So if you post a picture to Facebook using your phone, the picture would automatically appear in the app in its own separate Facebook category. But what if you could also share folders across your devices? Well that’s exactly what Jones expanded upon. Everyone would be able to share folders via SkyDrive without actually going through SkyDrive. “Every Windows 8 user’s got a SkyDrive,” Jones said. “Every Windows Phone user’s got a SkyDrive. In fact, if you’ve got a Live ID, you’ve got a SkyDrive and it’s there for you to put your personal files and the things you want to share. It’s also accessible to developers, and that’s an important thing because it lets you as a developer access SkyDrive the way you might have accessed the local file system.” I think this would be amazing to have. Imagine uploading a picture to Facebook through a friend’s computer and then that picture would be on your computer waiting for you at home. What do you think? Has Windows Live finally found its place in the world of Windows? Please leave your comments below….