Like the new Skype and Mail apps, I have managed to get my hands on the new OneDrive UWP that should be arriving soon with Redstone builds of Windows 10.
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In a leaked build of Windows 10, Microsoft is testing up new backup option for OneDrive including scheduled backups.
A few tidbits from around the web: how I spent my weekend, skewering today's Apple special event, a price cut on the Lumia 950, a plan for digital Xbox game buy-backs, Microsoft adds OneDrive to its bug bounty program, and Xbox team apologies for treating women like dirt.
Microsoft today unveiled a new sharing experience for OneDrive on the web, simplifying the experience with more obvious choices.
(More than) a few tidbits from around the web: Teens react to Windows 95, Microsoft Phone Sign-in Beta for Windows 10 Mobile, a Halo game sale, Bill Gates on Reddit, OneDrive for Business roadmap, some quick Lumia 650 thoughts, and more.
The date has come: Dropbox's Mailbox mobile app is shutting down today. So Microsoft is offering distraught Mailbox users a lifeline, and is promising to add some key Mailbox features to Outlook Mobile.
Microsoft this week announced the February 2016 updates to Sway on the web and on Windows 10. The web-based Sway updates are available immediately, and the updates to the Sway app for Windows 10 will be "available soon."
Just as a reminder, today is the last day when OneDrive users---which is to say, most Windows users---can claim their free 15 GB of online storage before Microsoft reverts to the new level of 5 GB.
Microsoft is working to bring back placeholders for OneDrive with Windows Redstone, a feature that was loved by power users.
Microsoft revealed today that it will be providing offline access to files and folders from its OneDrive mobile app on iOS and then Windows phones later.
Microsoft has announced how it will handle the storage plans for its OneDrive for Business customers. And a new OneDrive for Business sync client is available.
Microsoft had an incredible year, with some epic moments. So without further ado, here's my look at Microsoft's 2015, the good, the meh, and the WTF.
Some deep thoughts (or something) for a Saturday morning: Microsoft OneDrive and Surface apologies, the coming Edge extensibility, and Microsoft's future.
Facing mounting criticism of the way it handled its decision to limit OneDrive storage, Microsoft today announced some concessions to disgruntled fans.
Amazon's Cloud Drive was already a killer deal at just $60 a year, but thanks to a Black Friday deal, you can use the service for just $5 for the first year.
Many are understandably outraged by Microsoft's decision to scale back on the capabilities of OneDrive. But what are the alternatives for Windows users?
It's going to take me a while to really process Microsoft's unexpected decision to completely hobble its OneDrive cloud storage service. Here's where I'm at.
Just when you thought things couldn't get worse for OneDrive, Microsoft revealed that it will significantly defang its cloud storage options for consumers.
Microsoft today updated the OneDrive for Business experience on the web and on mobile. And it is introducing new IT controls and developer experiences too.
OneDrive for Business users, your nightmare is finally coming to a close: Microsoft announced that it has shipped a preview version of a new sync client.
I received some interesting advice several months back: Instead of just using the services that come with Windows, we should use services that work better.
OneDrive has released Shared Folder sync for all OneDrive users. So you can now sync folders that others have shared with you to your desktop PC or Mac.
Microsoft has announced a major user experience makeover that is now being rolled for OneDrive on the web. You should see the update in the next few days.
Microsoft has announced updates to the OneDrive app on Windows Phone and Android. And each adds exactly one interesting new feature.