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OneDrive Files On-Demand helps you access all your cloud storage in OneDrive without having to download all of them and use file storage space on your Windows device. This article is about Windows, but you can use Files On-Demand on Mac, too. When you turn on Files On-Demand, you’ll see all your files in File Explorer and get new information about each file.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/sync-files-with-onedrive-files-on-demand-62...

Turn on Files On-Demand in OneDrive Select the white or blue OneDrive cloud icon in the Windows notification area. Note: If you’re on Windows 10, your computer already has the OneDrive desktop app on it, but you'll need to turn on Files On-Demand in OneDrive settings.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/sync-files-with-onedrive-files-on-demand-1...

Turn on Files On-Demand in OneDrive Select the white or blue OneDrive cloud icon in the Windows notification area. Note: If you’re on Windows 10, your computer already has the OneDrive desktop app on it, but you'll need to turn on Files On-Demand in OneDrive settings.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/onedrive/files-on-demand-windows

With OneDrive Files On-Demand, files can be in one of three states. Each of these states corresponds to a file attribute state. To query the current state of a file or folder, use the following command: attrib <Path to file or folder>

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/sync-files-with-files-on-demand-88d0ebed...

Turn on Files On-Demand in OneDrive Select the white or blue OneDrive cloud icon in the Windows notification area. Note: If you’re on Windows 10, your computer already has the OneDrive desktop app on it, but you'll need to turn on Files On-Demand in OneDrive settings.