Windows 10: How to Share OneDrive Links on Apple Computers

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    Windows 10 Home x64 (Laptop), Windows 10 Pro x64 (Desktop)
       4 Weeks Ago #11

    bro67 said: View Post
    You download it from App's. The app is actually called "ES File Explorer", in short it shows up as the app name as guess what "File Explorer". You just have to do a websearch and you would have found the iTunes info int the browser for that app. I use it all of the time and never have any issues.
    Thanks - but I don't think the people I want to share a link with will want to faff about and pay extra for an App when the link should just open. They are also probably usinfg an IOS version lower than 8.0. Anyway, all works OK using Google Drive.
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       4 Weeks Ago #12

    Steve C said: View Post
    Thanks - but I don't think the people I want to share a link with will want to faff about and pay extra for an App when the link should just open. They are also probably usinfg an IOS version lower than 8.0. Anyway, all works OK using Google Drive.
    If you want them in the One Drive, you are sharing to them the cloud drive info. There is no other way around it and it has nothing to do with what version of iOS they are running. Chrome and Firefox, along with Safari work just fine with the One Drive site.

    You have to give them your login credentials to get to the Onedrive. Really do now understand how you think that you can keep them out of your side if you are granting them exclusive access to either Google Drive or OneDrive. If you share the folder in Google Drive or Onedrive to someone. They will just have to use that information to get access to those files. Really not hard to do. We are talking about Computer 101 stuff.
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