Microsoft has announced new features coming to OneDrive running on Apple hardware later this year including native support for Apple M1, KFM, and an improved Finder and Files On-Demand experience.
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Microsoft today announced that the 'Add to OneDrive' feature that lets users pin folders shared from OneDrive, Teams, or SharePoint to their own OneDrive library is now generally available.
The Windows 10 May 2020 Update is breaking OneDrive Files On-Demand for some users, and the company has acknowledged the issue. Some successful workarounds have been posted as well.
Today, Microsoft announced a number of new features for those that are running Windows in virtualized environments, such as Office 365 ProPlus and OneDrive Files On-Demand coming to Server 2019.
Microsoft has recapped this month's updates to Microsoft 365. These feature new compliance and privacy tools, empowerment for Firstline Workers, Office 365 arriving on the Mac App Store, and more.
After Microsoft initially announced that OneDrive's Files On-Demand feature would be coming to the macOS sync client, the company is rolling it out to the general public this month.
This week, Microsoft announced OneDrive Files On-Demand for Mac and users can try it out right now. At Microsoft's Ignite 2018 conference, we went hands on with the feature on Apple's platform.
The popular OneDrive Files On-Demand feature that Microsoft introduced for PCs last year is finally coming to the Mac, allowing users to access all of their files without taking up storage.
With the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, many users have complained about issues setting up OneDrive Files On-Demand. Here's a quick tutorial to help get you started.
The highly anticipated feature of the new Windows 10 release appears to not have been added for some reason. Users are posting screenshots showing that the option is not available at this time.
Earlier today, Microsoft finally released its OneDrive Files On-Demand feature for Windows Insiders running PC build 16215. Here's our hands on video with the long-awaited feature.
After nearly two years of waiting, OneDrive Files On-Demand are finally here, but if you want to use them right now, you'll need to be a Windows Insider that's running PC build 16215.
On day two of Microsoft's Build 2017 developer conference, the company finally announced the return of OneDrive placeholders, which will be coming to Windows 10 in the Fall Creators Update.