Windows 10: Onedrive app in store? Why if it's already built in?

  1.    29 Oct 2016 #1

    Onedrive app in store? Why if it's already built in?

    I noticed a onedrive app published by MS in the store whilst browsing on my desktop. It says for Windows 10 but I wonder why it is in there if it is already built in to windows 10? It even shows as 'Free' and 'Get' and not as 'this is already installed'. Do we need this? Is this a newer version than what's already built-in and we should look to download it?
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  2.    29 Oct 2016 #2

    No, it's different. This app gives you a File Explorer-type view with the ability to manipulate all of your OneDrive files -- in your NON-synched directories as well as your synched ones.
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