Thanks to Zach for the tip, I finally discover the better ways to upload files to Live Skydrive using Gladinet Cloud Desktop.
Gladinet will ‘mount’ the web storage application such as Live Skydrive, Picasa and Google Doc, and shows them in your My Computer, as if they were your local drive, when they were actually virtual drives. You have to set this up, and signing in to the respective applications before it can be use.
Now, you can get rid off the web storage interface such as Skydrive (which their files uploader tool limit the number of files can be uploaded), anytime I want to upload files into it. It works like your local drive, where you can copy files and paste into it seamlessly.
Lifehacker has illustrated the step by steps how to achieve this, as well as the video below should you interested with this.
Beside mounting online storage as virtual storage, Gladinet also can connecting all your other PC’s drive remotely.
Be careful, if you have IIS and Skype installed, there will be a minor problem activating Gladinet. But don’t worry, just follow the workaround provided.
Just like other Gladinet users, I wish future release will include Flickr