Microsoft finally brings a 64-bit version of OneDrive to Windows


Microsoft OneDrive

Microsoft OneDrive

Although the introduction of OneDrive in 2007 was later than the earliest x64 version of Windows, OneDrive has only had a 32-bit version for so many years.This is about to change, announced by Microsoft The 64-bit version of OneDrive’s client-side synchronization software is now in public preview,canGo here to download.

Microsoft’s instructions indicate that the 64-bit version of OneDrive must of course support 64-bit computer hardware and 64-bit version of Windows to use it. In addition to being suitable for users with large documents, users with a large number of documents should also benefit. However, it should be noted that currently only applies to x64 processors, ARM64 is not yet supported, so systems using Windows 10 on ARM can only install the 32-bit version for the time being.

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