Windows 10: OneDrive vs. Local drive and back up drive
Definitely can't afford that and have no need for it whatsoever. I have an older (not too old) version of office that I use once in a while but rarely. I thought of doing it for the first year as it's free but would rather just pay for the storage and be done with it.
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One really nice thing with OneDrive, is you can choose exactly what you want to sync, using file explorer's right click menu(right click the OneDrive folder itself).
So just to clarify one last time, if I remove the folders (like picutres/documents) from my c drive under users it will no way affect the folders I have in the onedrive slot correct?
I have a local Disk (D), which it's content is from my previous PC (Drive C in my previous PC).
I don't need it anymore, and I think it is causing problems to Office.
I uninstalled Office, and I'm trying to format this D drive, before I...
Any clue why one of my local drives doesn't show in navigation pane?
I'm stuck on something that I just do not understand. I cannot get my external hard drives to give me write permissions over my local network in some directions.
I recently replaced our hard drives with SSDs and with the reinstall, I...
If I am logged on a local account and add a jump drive, does Microsoft have the same 'privacy' access to that drive when I log off local account and then log onto a Microsoft account?
In other words, once I log onto MS account, does Microsoft...
I am beginning to think it is almost impossible to synchronize a local account computer with folders and files on Onedrive. Is this true?