Here's how to fix the missing Files On-Demand feature in OneDrive app After Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Broadly speaking, the Cloud is still a work in progress, but Microsoft, like Google, Apple and a number of other key companies offering their cloud-based services, has been working hard to improve its OneDrive offering. Today signals a big step in the evolution of the software giant’s cloud efforts, with Xbox Music integration permitting users to store and playback a variety of different music formats on multiple devices free of charge.
Here's how you can add 100GB of free Microsoft OneDrive storage space to your account. This new offer is not limited to the U.S. and anyone can dive right into it. For more details, head past the jump.
Here's how you can get 100GB of Microsoft OneDrive storage absolutely free for two years. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found right here.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have finally been released, but while the rush of sales may greatly increase Apple's bank balance, market share and ecosystem, there are also some benefits to be had by those rivaling the Cupertino company. Given Apple's plans to roll out iCloud Drive completely along with OS X 10.10 Yosemite in the near future, the battle of the cloud storage services has well and truly commenced, and as new iPhone owners await iCloud Drive's big launch, fierce rival Microsoft has sniffed an opportunity to point consumers in the direction of OneDrive. In what the Xbox maker describes as "a limited time offer" - one that will end before October's iCloud Drive formal rollout - iPhone users can enjoy 30GB of storage for free, with 15GB of basic space allied to 15 GB "camera roll bonus."
Microsoft's OneDrive, formerly SkyDrive, is one of a large number of services vying for your attention in the battle of the cloud services, and in order entice customers into signing up, the software company has announced its intention to more than double the amount of storage space offered as standard. At the present moment, those signing up to a free OneDrive account can enjoy 7GB of cloud-based storage for photos, videos, documents and other such files, but soon, this will be bumped to 15GB of free storage.
Microsoft made a pretty big thing about its rebranding of SkyDrive to the new OneDrive name yesterday, and to try and drum up as much buzz as possible for the old-new service, the Redmond outfit offered a free 100GB of cloud storage to the first 100,000 people to sign into OneDrive.com. Obviously that offer didn't take too long to be exhausted, with news of the offer spreading around the Internet like wildfire.
After being forced to ditch its SkyDrive name following a dispute with the telecommunication and TV giant BSkyB, Microsoft has today begun the rebranding process that will see SkyDrive become OneDrive. Existing users won't notice a great deal other than the new name, but Microsoft is now also offering people who use its service the ability to increase their free storage capacity via referrals a la Dropbox, with the potential to earn an extra 5GB of space.