OneDrive is a cloud storage application for desktop and laptop computers. It allows you to store files and documents on a secure online server from your PC, Mac or any mobile device. Compatible with all types of files, including multimedia, OneDrive is the solution for storage that doesn’t take up extra space on your own hard drive and allows you to access those files from another device, no matter where you are.
Save files to the cloud
With the limiting size of hard drives, online cloud drives are the way of the future and OneDrive delivers on all fronts. Sync your files from your computer to OneDrive and you’ll be able to access them from any other computer. Similarly, you can save files and attachments directly from emails received in Outlook so you always have copies you can access. Viewing files saved to OneDrive is also easy. For Mac users, these files can be accessed right from the Finder window.
Secure and simple
Though cloud-based storage may seem like a complicated idea for some users, it’s actually quite simple. OneDrive files can be accessed when you’re connected to the internet and the folder from the application is the same as that on your standard hard drive. If you’re used to saving files to your computer, you’ll have no problem navigating the OneDrive user interface.