OneDrive is Microsoft's cloud service that's available for free to all the owners of a Microsoft account . OneDrive offers users a simple way to store, sync and share all types of files, with other people and devices. Besides storing your files in the cloud, there are a lot of cool things you can do using this app and we have decided to share them with you. Here’s what you can do using the OneDrive universal app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile:
Storing your files in OneDrive is a great way to conveniently access your data. Once your files are in the cloud, you can view or edit them using any device with Internet access. But what happens if you have a file you need but it isn't stored in your OneDrive account? You may think you're out of luck, but that isn't the case. As long as you've got the Fetch feature configured properly and you are using Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 on the computer containing the file, and that computer is also connected to the Internet, you can find the file and download it right from the OneDrive website. Read this guide to find out how to use this simple yet awesome feature.
If you use a PC with Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, a Microsoft Surface tablet, an Xbox One console or a Windows Phone, you surely have encountered the term OneDrive. The same is true if you're using Microsoft Office 2013, Microsoft Office 2016 or Office 365. Wondering what OneDrive is and what it does? If you want an answer to this question, this article will explain everything you need to know:
Have you heard about Microsoft’s runner in the cloud race - OneDrive? Are you already a OneDrive user? Last time we delved into the story of OneDrive on Android, we taught you how to install and configure the OneDrive app on your Android device. But now we’re going to make it more interesting: how cool would it be if the OneDrive app would catch all the photos you take with your device’s camera and store them automatically on your OneDrive storage, making them accessible virtually anywhere? Well, you’re in luck, because the OneDrive app can actually do that. In this article, we’re going to teach you how to configure it to do so:
The Photos app in Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile is a Universal Windows Platform app meaning that it is the same app, with the same features and the same code, running on multiple Windows 10 platforms: PCs, laptops, smartphones, tablets and so on. The Photos app is a gallery with all the pictures that you have stored locally on your device, as well as in the OneDrive cloud. When using it, some users are annoyed by the fact that this app shows the pictures stored in OneDrive alongside those stored locally. Some people may want to view only the pictures that are stored locally on their device. If that is the case for you, here’s how to make the Photos app stop showing your pictures from OneDrive:
We constantly hear about ” the cloud ” these days. It’s so popular that mobile device manufacturers often decide against increasing storage capacity for their new entry-level products, because it’s not considered cool to store content locally anymore. Choose the cloud storage provider you like the most, install their client app and set it up and there you go, you’re in the cloud. There are several great cloud storage providers, each with its own pros and cons: Dropbox is one of the popular ones, Google Drive is easy to use for those that already use a Google account, but in this article, we’ll talk about Microsoft’s product, namely Microsoft OneDrive. We’ll teach you how to setup OneDrive on your Android smartphone or tablet:
Being able to stream music from a cloud storage account is something many big names in the tech world offer. For instance, Google has its Google Play Music while Apple has its Apple Music. With the release of the Groove Music app, Microsoft also introduced this feature, and we are now able to stream our music collections from our OneDrive accounts. It's a really great feature that lets you enjoy your music wherever you are and whenever you want to. It's also quite easy to setup and use, as you'll see in this tutorial:
Even though we like the OneDrive service and we use it a lot, there are a few quirks that we have trouble with. One of it is the fact that it is difficult to figure out how to convince OneDrive to manually synchronize your files right now, without waiting for it to discover your newly added files in a couple of minutes. Another quirk is that sometimes you need to know when it performed the last synchronization so that you have an idea whether it has synchronized the latest files you have added or not. Here's how these things are done in Windows 7 and in Windows 10:
If you are using the OneDrive desktop application in Windows 7, you may want to set Windows Explorer to open the OneDrive folder when you start it. Doing this is not very intuitive and it takes a few steps you won't figure out on your own. That's why we have created this guide:
Microsoft's OneDrive is one of the best cloud storage services. It offers its users 15 GB of free storage space right from the start. However, this is what you get just by signing up. More space can be added through various methods and some of them do not imply any costs. In this article we will point them all out for you. Well, at least the ones we know of.