Colored folders are now being rolled out in SharePoint Online and OneDrive. This new feature allows you to colorize your folders with one of the 16-preset colors. Changing the color of folders has been a long-time request by Microsoft 365 … Read moreColored Folders in SharePoint and OneDrive
Do you know how much OneDrive storage your users are using? Probably not, and in most cases, it also doesn’t really matter. They get 1TB of storage with most Microsoft 365 plans and the data is only synced with their … Read moreGet OneDrive Storage Metrics Report with PowerShell
At the beginning of this year, I already spotted the new OneDrive 64bit client. It was a leaked version, which was not suitable for a production environment, but a good sign that the 64 bit was coming. After the first … Read moreOneDrive 64bit Client is released
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 … Read moreOneDrive 64bit is coming, but Don’t install it yet!
Storing your (personal) data in the cloud is by far the safest option to go for. You can access your data from everywhere, and your data won’t be lost when your computer or storage device crashes. But the question is, … Read moreOneDrive vs Google Drive – What you Need to Know
Are your OneDrive folders out of sync? Or is your OneDrive stuck on processing changes? Then you will need to reset OneDrive with a single command. OneDrive tries to keep all your files in sync, but the more files you … Read moreHow to Reset OneDrive with a single Command
We have Office 365 now for 3 years almost and one the things on my to-do list was migrating the users home folders to OneDrive for Business. I tried it last year, asking everyone to copy or move the files … Read moreMigrate Users Home Drives to OneDrive for Business with PowerShell