Windows 10: OneDrive space limit change

  1.    09 Apr 2016 #1

    OneDrive space limit change


    I just received an e-mail from email.office.com stating that the current 15 GB data size limit of OneDrive space available to those that migrated to Win10 is going to be cut down to 5 GB in few weeks. Because OneDrive was basically the major reason I decided to migrate and because I use almost all of 15 GB space available, this is a major inconvenience for me. Is there any way to force the default OneDrive folders to stop communicating with OneDrive and put them under DropBox control (I have 50 GB free space there, so why not to use it?)?
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       09 Apr 2016 #2

    Roman Krejci said: View Post
    I just received an e-mail from email.office.com stating that the current 15 GB data size limit of OneDrive space available to those that migrated to Win10 is going to be cut down to 5 GB in few weeks. Because OneDrive was basically the major reason I decided to migrate and because I use almost all of 15 GB space available, this is a major inconvenience for me. Is there any way to force the default OneDrive folders to stop communicating with OneDrive and put them under DropBox control (I have 50 GB free space there, so why not to use it?)?
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