Web-based digital asset management tool that allows users to access and share files and photos on PC, Mac, Android, and iOS devices.


What is Microsoft's OneDrive? How is it used?

Here is why we believe you should use OneDrive:

Starting to use Microsoft OneDrive does not cost a thing: it is free, as long as you make do with the default 5 GB of free storage space it offers. That is a good starting point for anyone who wants to store more than a few files in the cloud.

Also, in Windows 10, Microsoft configures OneDrive to be the default saving place for your documents. If you let it, OneDrive can automatically save backups of your files to the cloud, and automatically sync them to your other devices on which you have OneDrive set up. If your hard drive or SSD fails, you have your documents readily available in OneDrive, thus avoiding the loss of important files.


Beginner's Guide to OneDrive for Windows


Tips & Tricks

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