The Microsoft OneDrive app for mobile is an extremely effective app for both backing up photos and consolidating photos and videos from all your devices to a single place. Let’s review how it works and how to set it up.
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My iCloud storage is beginning to approach its limit, thankfully, there are options users can utilize Microsoft OneDrive to overcome the annoyance.
In a recent update to the OneDrive sync client in Windows 10, you can access both business and personal accounts. Here’s how on PC, iOS, Mac, and Android.
If you’re a OneDrive user, sync a lot of data, and on a slow or metered network connection, you can set limits to lower speeds to improve performance.
Microsoft released the new Universal OneDrive app for Windows 10. It’s cleaner than the web UI but still doesn’t include placeholders like in Windows 8.
If you take screenshots in Windows 10 using the standard keyboard commands, you can set them to automatically save to OneDrive. Here’s how.
The new option on the web version of OneDrive now gives you the two most popular options for sharing right up front. Here’s how to use it.
If you’re a Windows Phone owner, you should have your phone set to automatically backup to OneDrive. Here’s how to verify Windows 10 Mobile is backing up.
Apple’s new Photos app provides seamless integration between OS X and Apple’s iCloud. But that’s not the case for other storage services like OneDrive.
Searching for your data and other items in Windows 10 has improved a lot since previous versions. If you need to drill down something specific, try My Stuff.
By default, the data synced to OneDrive is stored on your PCs local drive in the User folder. But you might want to change its location, here’s how.
The Microsoft OneDrive team recently announced significant updates to its storage plans for Office 365 Business customers. Here’s a look at what to expect.
Microsoft provided some great news for users of its free OneDrive service. Instead of axing storage from 15 GB to 5 GB, you can now keep the full 15 GB.
Microsoft this week announced that it is changing the storage plans for everyone across the board and not for the better and also punishes all users.