The most requested feature on the OneDrive UserVoice is a 64bit version of the OneDrive client. Yes, your current OneDrive client is still running on 32 bit. The request on the UserVoice is almost 5 years old, but it still isn’t finished.
This month a 64-bit “insider” version was spotted by Florian. In the Tweet, you will find a download link to the 64-bit OneDrive client, which is actually a leaked version of the new client.
The OneDrive 64bit client is officially released nowRead more about the new OneDrive client in this article
The new OneDrive 64bit client is far from finished and should not be used in a production environment. If we take a look at the build number to start with, the currently released build for the Insiders ring is 20.219.x where the 64-bit version is at 20.249.x.
Besides it being a leaked, and thus unsupported version, the 64bit OneDrive client is also missing some crucial features, like:
- No context menu in the explorer. So no right-click and share, or open online version
- When you turn off the File on-demand feature, all the status icons of the files are gone
- The syncing of files that you have shared with others isn’t working correctly
- No image thumbnails
So it’s nice to see that the 64bit client of OneDrive is coming, but we will have to wait a bit longer before we can actually use it.