OneDrive is one of the best cloud storage services in the world, but that does not necessarily mean that everyone likes it. If you have it on your Windows computer, but you don't want it, you might be searching for a way to remove OneDrive. Maybe you want to do that because you prefer other cloud services (and apps) such as Google Drive or Dropbox. Or perhaps you don't use cloud storage at all.
Did you know that OneDrive has a Recycle Bin folder, just like Windows 10 does? That folder stores the files deleted from any of your OneDrive synchronized devices for 30 days after you removed them. You can then use the Recycle Bin to "undelete" your files and recover them when required. Here's how to access OneDrive's Recycle Bin and how to use it to restore your deleted files:
OneDrive is Microsoft's cloud service for storing and sharing files. You can store business documents, presentations, pictures, videos, your personal folders and many other types of items. You can share anything from OneDrive using the OneDrive app for Windows, iOS, Android and so on. However, you can also share stuff from the OneDrive website, in any web browser that you want to use. If you want to know how to share something on OneDrive, here's how it is done:
Microsoft's OneDrive is one of the best cloud storage services in the world, and it is built into Windows 10. OneDrive offers its users 5 GB of free storage space right from the start, and that's just what you get by signing up with a Microsoft account. You can add more space to your OneDrive storage using several methods, and one of them is free. Here is how to check your OneDrive storage and how to increase it:
If you use a PC or a laptop with Windows 10, a Microsoft Surface tablet, or an Xbox One console, you have undoubtedly come across OneDrive, even if you don't use it. The same is true if you are using Office 365. You might have seen OneDrive even on your Android smartphone. Are you asking yourself: What is OneDrive? Do you want to know what OneDrive's benefits are and why you should be using it? Read this article and find out everything you need to know about OneDrive:
Storing your files in OneDrive is a great way to access your data conveniently. Once your files are in the cloud, you can view or edit them using any device with internet access. But what happens if there is a file you need from your Windows computer, but it isn't stored in your OneDrive folder? You may think you're out of luck, but that is not the case.
One of the best things in OneDrive's app for Windows 10 is a feature called Files On-Demand. It helps you save storage space on your Windows 10 computers and devices, by downloading and keeping local copies of your OneDrive files only if you access them, or if you manually specify that you want them to be always available offline. If you want to learn all there is to know about it, including how to enable or disable OneDrive Files On-Demand, how to use them, and how to identify which of your files are local or online-only, read this guide:
Windows 10's Photos app can show your entire collection of photos and videos, from the ones stored locally on your computer or device, to those you keep in your OneDrive cloud storage. However, when using Photos, some users don't like the fact that it also shows the pictures and videos that they stored in OneDrive alongside those stored locally. Some users want to view only what is saved on their Windows 10 computers or devices. If you're one of them, here is how to configure the Photos app to stop displaying your OneDrive photos and videos:
It is no secret to anyone that Windows 10 has bugs and problems. Yes, it also has some great features, and people get their jobs done with Windows 10, but from time to time, you encounter a problem that ruins your day. We did too while installing Windows 10 on a new PC: OneDrive crashed every time we clicked the button to change its folder. Here is what happened and how we fixed it:
If you have a Windows device of any kind, it is almost impossible for you not to have used or at least seen OneDrive. It is Microsoft's cloud storage service that comes by default in Windows 10, and which can be used on many other devices too. Microsoft provides apps for OneDrive both for Android and iOS devices, and the latter are the ones that we are going to talk about in this guide. If you want to learn where to get and how to install and set up OneDrive on your iPhone or iPad, read on: