There's been a lot of confusion about how OneDrive Files On-Demand works. Here's the answer.
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Did you seriously put your trust in Microsoft consumer offerings? OK, I did too. But maybe it's time to think differently.
This morning at Ignite, Microsoft announced a sweeping set of updates to OneDrive across several platforms.
Microsoft has issued a major update to OneDrive on iOS that adds improved scanning, offline folder support, and more.
Your Microsoft account supports multiple aliases, and you can assign one of them to be your primary alias at any time.
Microsoft today said that it was enhancing the version history functionality in OneDrive to support all file types, not just Office documents.
It's time to take a look at the best new features in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. First up: OneDrive Files on Demand.
Microsoft suddenly disabled OneDrive support for non-NTFS disks this week, wreaking havoc for users.
Today, Microsoft is making an early version of OneDrive Files on Demand available to Windows Insiders who have installed Windows 10 build 16215. Here's how it works.
After a confusing couple of years, Microsoft is finally retiring its redundant Docs.com service. Didn't know about or understand Docs.com, you say? You weren't alone.
When Apple announced that it would finally provide iPad users with access to the file system, I had one question: Would Microsoft make OneDrive available via this new interface?
The recently-leaked Windows 10 Insider Preview build 16212 includes a dire warning for File History users: This feature is no longer supported. I think I know why this happening.
Today, Microsoft unveiled a new sharing interface for OneDrive on Windows and Mac at its SharePoint Virtual Summit.
Microsoft reached out to me this morning to discuss a nice change coming to Skype notifications in Outlook.com and OneDrive on the web. These notifications are now much more configurable.