Evolving from Windows Live Folders, Windows Live Folders, SkyDrive and now finally into OneDrive; a file hosting service by Microsoft that lets users store their data and sync it on the cloud. The stored data can then accessed remotely using an internet connection.
OneDrive has recently been rebranded, changing the old name from SkyDrive. The objectives and overall focus of the service remains the same; which is to provide a platform for users to store their files privately, share them with their friends or the public at large.
With its availability in more than 94 different languages, OneDrive surely gives their competitors (like Dropbox for instant) a run for their money. In this article, we’ll have a rundown of the service features and why you should try it out.
Let’s start with the reasons why OneDrive can be a great success.