OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud storage solution in response to Dropbox and other similar online services. The OneDrive application integrates with your desktop and functions like any other folder on your PC or Mac. Files copied or moved to OneDrive folders are automatically uploaded to the cloud space. Windows users also have the possibility to access, browse and stream documents, photos, videos and other files from a remote computer that is running the OneDrive software. Documents can be shared and collaboratively worked on with others using the service. Microsoft provides several gigabyte of free storage for existing and new OneDrive users.
Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance of the client.
OneDrive Files On-Demand support for Windows Fall Creators Update (version 16299.15).
Users are notified when a syncing library becomes read-only or when it becomes editable.
New Group Policy to control which organizations are allowed to sign in to OneDrive.
New Group Policy to control which organizations are blocked from signing in to OneDrive.
New Group Policy for controlling maximum upload and download throughput.
Preview: New Group Policy for silent account configuration.