I’ve been using OneDrive for quite a long time, but recently became aware that files created or amended on one PC were not being synchronised to others although it would download files created on other machines, which was why I hadn’t immediately become aware of the issue.
I did some general poking around OneDrive and couldn’t find anything wrong so did some searching and found a discussion which led me to a support article which shows how to reset OneDrive.
I gave it a go running the following command and then needed to sign back in, but everything did then start working correctly. The command I ran was:
I recently got a new laptop at work which meant getting all applications installed. Previously I’d had Microsoft Office 2016 installed; on the new laptop I got Microsoft Office 365 which came with AutoSave enabled by default in all of the applications, such as Excel and Word, for files opened from SharePoint Online:
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I’m posting this one because it is quite silly and I’m probably not going to remember it, if I don’t write it down.
I logged onto my main desktop the other day and all of the desktop icons were a lot smaller than usual:
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I’ve only recently realised this feature had been introduced to OneDrive; I’m not sure if I’m the only one and everyone else knew, but figured I’d share.
Back in the early days of SkyDrive you could have files stored online which didn’t take up space on the hard disk; unfortunately, this feature was removed and any files in synced folders would take up space on the disk.
From some research (Windows Insider anouncement) it appears that as of the Windows 10 Creators Update files on demand is back. You can tell at a glance if files are available locally or only when you’re online by looking at the status column:
The cloud icon is used when files are available only when online and the green mark when the files are always available; the latter means that the file is on the hard disk.
Any file which is cloud only, will become available when it is opened as it is downloaded; any files created on the device will remain available.
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