Anyone seeing an update for a new version of Onedrive ?

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  1. Posts : 1,868
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    Anyone seeing an update for a new version of Onedrive ?


    I just had this pop up with no warning and I actually wondered if it was malware. Seems that it is not although the way this message was delivered was not good imo. What was worse was a message saying that I 'might' have to uninstall previous versions first. What's that all about ? Anyhow I clicked through it all and was rewarded with a new Onedrive folder that seems much more like Dropbox with ticks against items to show that they are up to date.

    This was all on a 32 bit version of Ten. My 64 bit system says all is up to date but it still has the 'old' look of course.

    Puzzled !

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  2. swarfega's Avatar
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    No, nothing here.
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  3. Posts : 1,868
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    Strange. This is the new look.

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  4. Scottyboy99's Avatar
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    Not seeing anything either. Mine is 64 bit pro windows and that is how onedrive icon looks on mine

    does seem an unusual prompt, I would of thought a one drive update would of been rolled up/hidden within a cumulative update from windows update
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  5. paulsalter's Avatar
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    Did you have Onedrive setup previously, via the app in system tray?
    When i first setup my tablet it did exactly the same for updating the app

    The pic in post #3 is how onedrive currently looks in File Explorer, when signed in and synced through the app in system tray
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  6. Scottyboy99's Avatar
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    It maybe coincidence but on my iOS devices an update to the onedrive app just came tumbling through - could be that MS is doing something that may feed to Windows too. But as at the moment I haven't seen anything change within Windows or any update prompts
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  7. Posts : 1,868
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    Well the Windows installation (32bit Home) was a clean install of the Anniversary Update, and its only today that this Onedrive update has appeared. My 64 bit pro install was also clean installed 2 weeks ago and that is sporting the 'old' ? look.

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  8. Scottyboy99's Avatar
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    It's certainly puzzling. I think onedrive is good idea but it's not really for me all this cloud stuff so I don't have it active in my system tray - maybe that's why mine doesn't go through any update process. Although if I go into file explorer I see the quick link for onedrive and it sports the newer look. Mine was an anniversary update back in the 2nd, not clean installed but done through Windows update.
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  9. Posts : 1,868
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    Yes, it is strange. I haven't done anything different between the two installs and haven't even specifically used Onedrive on either since clean installing. The couple of files that I have on Onedrive just automatically downloaded to both PC's as expected. And then today this update...

    Just have to see what happens I suppose.
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  10. Posts : 1,868
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    My Dell (post #7) has just flashed up a new looking cloud symbol in the notification area. Looks like I have just been 'updated' to the new look as my OneDrive now looks like the image in post #3
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