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Microsoft has pushed out an update to OneDrive on the web and its apps across different platforms. The update comes with lots of changes including a Poké detector to cater for Pokémon GO players.
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After promising to cut down users' free OneDrive storage from 15GB to 5GB, Microsoft today has begun making good on its promise. Users who opted out of the change are still exempt.
No Man's Sky developer has stated that they have finally ended a legal battle with British telecommunications company, Sky, over the use of the word "Sky" in the name of the game.
Microsoft will reduce its free OneDrive storage allowances in a few weeks' time - but Telstra customers need not worry, as the Australian telecoms giant is giving them 200GB of free OneDrive storage.
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Users of the desktop OneDrive sync client on Windows 10 now have the option to adjust upload and download syncing speeds. Users can choose to limit the speed, or leave it unlimited.
If you were anxiously waiting for the Universal OneDrive app, today is your lucky day. The app is available for all Windows 10 for PCs users, rather than only for Insiders. Here's how to get it.
Microsoft plans to create client applications under its new ‘Evoke Studio' banner, according to a recent job posting. Microsoft Research and OneDrive are listed as implementation partners.
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Users of Microsoft's cloud storage platform, OneDrive, are about to have their storage limits cut. Here are a couple of workarounds for the new storage limits, which should help you get by.
Microsoft hasn't yet released a OneDrive UWP app for Windows 10, but now, we do know what it will look like. There's no official launch date for the app, but Insiders are expecting it soon.
This week has seen plenty of new arrivals in the Windows Store, and in the sea of news about new and updated apps, there are also some interesting bits about what's coming in the Anniversary Update.
Microsoft says that a new OneDrive app for Windows 10 devices, built on its Universal Windows Platform, could arrive this month - but early builds are said to exclude placeholder functionality.
Dropbox has announced it's working on Project Infinite: an implementation of placeholder files in its clients. This feature first showed up in OneDrive but Microsoft abandoned it soon after.
Microsoft is emailing OneDrive users to tell them that its planned changes - which will reduce free storage from 15GB to 5GB, and remove the 15GB camera roll bonus - will come into effect on July 27.
As promised late last year, Microsoft has begun to send out free Office 365 Personal redemptions to users who are close to or beyond the OneDrive storage limits recently brought into effect.
Microsoft has announced quite a few improvements coming to OneDrive for Business, including updates to sync, browser, and mobile experiences. There's also new IT controls for administrators.
Redstone, the next major update for Windows 10, will give users more control over their OneDrive backups and introduce more options, according to the app's settings from a recently leaked build.
Sharing custom-made websites will be even easier and more secure with Microsoft's Sharepoint Server update. Windows users will be able to test the update before it is officially released in May.
Microsoft has unveiled a new sharing experience for OneDrive.com. The new experience provides a simpler and more minimalistic design, also bringing a few new features to the sharing process.
Microsoft has released an updated version of its OneDrive app on the App Store with various enhancements such as support for iPad multitasking and the ability to purchase Office 365 subscriptions.
WalkingCat, a Twitter user who is gaining credibility as a leakster at a rapid pace, found the first clues that OneDrive placeholders may be returning in the Windows 10 Redstone update.
Microsoft mistakenly capped some users' OneDrive accounts to 1TB - rendering some of their files read-only - despite promising them a one-year 'grace period' before imposing its new storage limit.
This weekend will be your last opportunity to protect your OneDrive account from the reduction of the free storage allowance from 15GB to 5GB, and the removal of the 15GB camera roll bonus.
Microsoft has updated their OneDrive app for iOS devices. The new update brings support for pressure sensitive annotations in PDFs. The update is now available via the App Store.
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OneDrive placeholders - which let users see all of their cloud-stored files, including those not installed on a device - are reportedly returning as part of Microsoft's Redstone updates to Windows 10.
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Microsoft has apologized "for the frustration" caused by changes to its OneDrive storage allowances, and is making several concessions for existing users - but unlimited storage won't be returning.
In what seems to be a Thanksgiving weekend offer, Amazon is selling the one year unlimited Cloud Drive plan for just $5 which is more than 50 dollars less than its actual price.
Microsoft has just added a feature to Outlook which allows users to save their emails directly to OneNote, providing a cloud backup for important emails and communications.
Microsoft is dropping unlimited OneDrive storage, because a "small number of users" used too much storage. Indeed, the explanation it's given for the changes appears to make very little sense.
Microsoft announced today that it would discontinue unlimited OneDrive storage and also reduce storage on a majority of accounts. The change comes as some users were abusing the service.
There are widespread reports from users around the world unable to access their cloud storage on Microsoft OneDrive. Access has now been restored to some, but the problem persists for many others.
Microsoft has overhauled OneDrive for Business on the web with better UI and enhanced sharing ability, and has made updated sync clients available for Windows and Mac users.
Buyers of Samsung's latest Android flagships will get a range of 'Galaxy Gifts', including 100GB of free OneDrive storage for two years, app extras, subscriptions to popular publications, and more.
Microsoft have announced that the Groups collaboration feature for their cloud storage service, OneDrive, will be discontinued in October. When the date comes along, existing groups will be deleted.
Microsoft has announced a new update to OneDrive, bringing couple of new very useful features including improved sync with the desktop and real time notifications for shared documents.
Microsoft released a bunch of cross-platform apps for iOS and Android today and one such application was the Translator app that is now available for the Apple Watch and Android Wear devices
DoNotSpy10 is the world's first antispy tool for Windows 10. Its straight-forward user interface allows you to manage how Windows 10 respects their privacy.
One of the most requested features for OneDrive has been the ability to sync shared folders and Microsoft is finally delivering this feature to users starting today.
Revenge porn is when a person shares, without your permission, intimate photos on the web and if these images are on a Microsoft service, the company is making it easier to have them removed.
Online task automation service, IFTTT, has announced that users will now be able to create recipes that integrate with various Office 365 channels such as OneDrive, Mail, Calendar and Contacts.
After already being allowed to save documents in Dropbox, a new plug-in by Google allows you to save and sync Microsoft Office files using the company's cloud service.
Microsoft has rolled out a significant update for its Xbox Music app on iOS and Android, dropping the requirement for an Xbox Music Pass, and adding support for streaming music from OneDrive.
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Microsoft is in the process of updating the online design for OneDrive and with it comes a cleaner layout and new folder icons; it appears Microsoft is testing this UI as not all users have it yet.