Microsoft OneDrive will beam your files to Windows 10 on demand starting this fall


At day two of its Build developer conference in Seattle today, Microsoft announced that its OneDrive cloud storage service is getting a useful new feature to make your files available on your device without taking up hard disk space. Files On-Demand will let you see all your OneDrive files in Windows 10’s file explorer before you download them, so you can work as if they were already stored on your device. When you decide to open a file, it’ll download automatically and become available to use. This works not just in Explorer, but also in any app that can open…

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