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When I play a .M4A, .MP3, or .MP4 file in OneDrive, it is echoing and playing the file like I have two tabs open. So say the file sounds like, "waaaa", the OneDrive will say, "waawaaaa." Please help.
How to use OneDrive Files On-Demand
Windows engineer Eric Gold shows how Files On-Demand helps you save and work with your files. Here's how to keep your files accessible from anywhere, without filling up your device storage.
OneDrive Files on-Demand: Your files, your way
Meet the team behind One Drive Files on Demand and hear their story about how storing content and making it easily accessible to you has been their top priority.
OneDrive: Secure cloud storage, free with Windows
OneDrive offers storage for your files, ways to securely share files and work with others, ways to back up your documents, and more. Have a look at what it can do.
Keep your files secure with OneDrive Personal Vault
OneDrive Personal Vault keeps your sensitive files safe, even if your device is lost or stolen.
Issues w/replicating to OneDrive
I need some help understanding this new (to me) feature that requires all data on my hard drive to be replicated on the OneDrive. Not sure when this became standard practice but I recently became aware of it when I replaced my old desktop with a new desktop and noticed that there was no difference between the folders and documents on my hard drive and the ones on the OneDrive. I don't think I like this feature for several reasons: 1) As someone mentioned, you need an internet connection for it to work, not always the case for me and others. 2) You can really screw up your records if, say, you shut down your computer before OneDrive has completed the upload. 3) It's not clear to me how it manages the documentation on my desktop vs my laptop. I like the syncing with browsers but not with my hard drive. They have two different purposes. So what have I done to correct this? I turned off the OneDrive app on my desktop and I use the OneDrive web to access the files on OneDrive and I manually move specific files from my desktop to the OneDrive so I have access to them on my other devices. I still have the OneDrive app active on my laptop, I guess it's hard drive is all replicated on OneDrive. So, I'm not sure if I'm looking for help or just want to vent. I'll always welcome comments, pro or con, w.r.t. my approach but this was a major disruption for me and I never saw it coming. Not good.
Backup external drive files to OneDrive
Hi I need to back up files held on an external drive. This used to be possible with OneDrive, but now it seems that only files resident on the C: drive can be synchronized to OneDrive. That will not work for me; my C: drive isn't large enough to accommodate all the files I need to back up. Is there a way to backup files from drives other than the C: drive, or was that capability removed for good? Thanks,
OneDrive vs Backup
As I am not completely computer savvy, Is backup necessary if you use OneDrive? Does OneDrive need backup? I had never done a backup in my life and just recently started using OneDrive. I would greatly appreciate any help and how to on this. Thanks
OneDrive Personal Vault
Being able to lock up my most prized documents, and some nefarious other documents is a great thing. Gives me at least a little peace of mind. That said, I have one concern. That concern is that when I close the Personal Vault it doesn't automatically lock! Yup, you have to manually lock it. My surprise was WTH! I suppose that one could make the argument that that way you only have to open it once while working in there? Nope! When you close it it should lock at the same time. Change My Mind!
How do I backup my IPAD to Windows OneDrive?
I have an annual subscription through Office 360, which includes 1 TB of space on OneDrive. Is there a way to backup my Apple IPAD to Onedrive?
Plus, get 1 TB of cloud storage, document sharing, ransomware recovery, and more with OneDrive. Learn more Features to make life easier and safer. Files on demand. Access all your OneDrive files in Windows 10 without taking up space on your PC. Document scanning. Use your mobile device to scan and store documents, receipts, business cards ...
Download and install the Microsoft OneDrive app for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android. Get OneDrive cloud storage to protect your files and access them across all your devices.
OneDrive. Safely store and access your files and photos on all your devices. Your Microsoft account comes with 5GB of storage and the option to add more when you need it. Learn more. Windows. Find, lock, or erase a lost or stolen Windows 10 device, schedule a repair, and get support.
Tips: If you don't see the OneDrive icon, OneDrive might not be running. On a PC, go to Start, type OneDrive in the search box, and then click OneDrive in the search results. You might need to click the Show hidden icons arrow next to the notification area to see the OneDrive icons. On a Mac, use Spotlight to search for OneDrive and open it.