Windows 10: Is One Drive Bad for Win 10?

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  1.    13 Mar 2017 #11

    I use it. If you are an office 365 customer, you get 1 TB of storage. It's well worth it to me. As for starting up my computer and taking a performance hit, I don't notice.

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  2.    14 Mar 2017 #12

    I tried One Drive on Win 7. Problems and more problems. Dumped it and went to Google Drive. Perfect.

    Now that I have a Win 10 laptop, I'm wondering ... should I remove One Drive? So far it's invisible and harmless, so it can stay. But I won't use it. Google Drive is much better.
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  3.    15 Mar 2017 #13

    I use OneDrive and it works well as does Google Drive and Drop Box.
    It is a matter of preference as to which to use.
    I usually work with them on my desktop but can access them from my phone. The mobile UI is not as easy to use as the PC but once you get the knack it is functional.
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