Microsoft is now showing pushy OneDrive ads in Windows 10 File Explorer. Here’s how to turn them off.
OneDrive, Microsoft’s online storage and syncing service, is pinned by default in the Windows 10 File Explorer whether you use the service or not. For those who have no interest in OneDrive, or just want more free space in their Windows 10 sidebar, here’s how to remove the OneDrive sidebar entry without affecting the service itself.
Microsoft is moving quickly to embrace Apple Watch, releasing updates to its PowerPoint and OneDrive apps this week that let users view photos and navigate presentations on Apple’s new wearable device.
OneDrive is the default save location in Office 2013, which is great if you regularly use the service. But for those who prefer to save files locally, here’s how to change the default save location in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Microsoft’s OneDrive service offers the most storage space for the least amount of money, making it a great place to upload backup copies of your iPhone or iPad images. But the service will also automatically upload videos, too, which are huge and eat up your bandwidth. Here’s how to tell OneDrive Camera Backup to only upload images, saving your large videos for your video editing software.
The new “unlimited” Amazon Cloud Drive sounds like a great deal in the world of online storage options, offering users virtually unlimited storage capacity for just $60 per year. But is it truly a replacement for competing services like Dropbox and OneDrive? It all depends on how you plan to use it, but for most users, Amazon’s latest service may sound too good to be true.
Microsoft is now offering one year of 100GB OneDrive storage for free to Dropbox users. Users need only to log in to their OneDrive account and then upload a verification file to their Dropbox Account.
Microsoft today announced big updates to its OneDrive storage service. All Office 365 subscribers will soon get 1TB of storage included with their plans (up from 20GB), and all other OneDrive tiers are seeing 70 percent price drops.
Microsoft has flipped the switch on the branding for its cloud storage service. SkyDrive is now OneDrive, with the website updated and new branding on its way to mobile and desktop applications. Not much has changed for existing users, but Microsoft is introducing a few new perks alongside today’s transition.
Following a trademark dispute with BSkyB over the term “Sky,” Microsoft announced last year that it would rebrand its online storage and syncing service, SkyDrive. On Monday, Microsoft unveiled the new name, “OneDrive,” which will roll out to all SkyDrive users soon.