Microsoft OneDrive is an online file storage that enables users to store and share photos, videos, documents, and more.
Microsoft OneDrive is password-protected and requires a Windows Live ID in order to sign up for its service. Users can then create personal, shared, and public folders and decide who can access and edit the content in each folder. Microsoft OneDrive’s comprehensive service portfolio enables users to browse through the files on OneDrive; upload multiple photos, videos, and files at once; share Microsoft OneDrive files by inviting people, sending a link, or sending files to another app; move, delete, and rename files, and create new folders; quickly get to documents that were recently opened; pin folders to start screens; share files to Microsoft OneDrive from other apps; sort files and folders; open files from Microsoft OneDrive in other apps; and download files to mobile phones and pick where to save them.
Microsoft OneDrive was launched as SkyDrive by Microsoft in August 2007.
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