OneDrive Batch Upload - Turn On or Off in Windows 10  

    OneDrive Batch Upload - Turn On or Off in Windows 10

    OneDrive Batch Upload - Turn On or Off in Windows 10

    How to Turn On or Off OneDrive Uploading Files in Batches in Windows 10
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    How to Turn On or Off OneDrive Uploading Files in Batches in Windows 10


    information   Information
    OneDrive is a cloud-based storage service where you can view, browse, upload, and share the files you saved online to OneDrive.

    All files in each folder you choose to sync in OneDrive on your PC is automatically kept in sync with your online OneDrive. Sometimes all this continuous synchronization can cause the OneDrive upload of your files to overwhelm and decrease the performance of your internet bandwidth to slow to a crawl. This can easily happen if you often sync a lot of large video files for example. If this happens to you, then you could improve overall upload speed by setting OneDrive to upload files in batches instead of all at a time.

    This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off to improve upload speed by uploading your files and folders in batches in Windows 10 to sync with your online OneDrive cloud.

    warning   Warning
    OneDrive batch upload uses more bandwidth. If you notice problems with your internet connection, then turn off batch upload.




    Here's How:
    1. Right click or press and hold on the OneDrive OneDrive Batch Upload - Turn On or Off in Windows 10-onedrive_icon.jpg icon on the taskbar notification area, and click/tap on Settings. (see screenshot below)

    OneDrive Batch Upload - Turn On or Off in Windows 10-onedrive-settings.jpg

    2. Click/tap on the Performance tab, check (turn on) or uncheck (turn off) the Improve upload speed by uploading files in batches box, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below)

    NOTE: Unchecked (turned off) is the default setting.

    OneDrive Batch Upload - Turn On or Off in Windows 10-onedrive_batch_uploading.jpg




    That's it,
    Shawn





  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10.0.19043 Build 19043
       #1

    In M$ Windows 10 Consumer OneDrive you may edit the # of Concurrent Uploads via ClientPolicy.ini.
    1. Ctrl + r
    2. %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive\settings\Personal
    3. Locate ~>
    4. Line 54: NumberOfConcurrentStorageRequests = 6
    5. I changed it to 3 to suit my pokey 3.2Mbps (400KBps) connection.
    6. Shutdown and restart OneDrive for new ini to load. ��


    Larger files often fail as the smaller ones finish and are presumably prioritized.
    It took 7 tries to sync a 7GB VMWare image in my SkyDrive folder for example.

    Cheers,
    Shaunny from Minnesota
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 61,587
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
    Thread Starter
       #2

    rashaunny said:
    In M$ Windows 10 Consumer OneDrive you may edit the # of Concurrent Uploads via ClientPolicy.ini.
    1. Ctrl + r
    2. %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive\settings\Personal
    3. Locate ~>
    4. Line 54: NumberOfConcurrentStorageRequests = 6
    5. I changed it to 3 to suit my pokey 3.2Mbps (400KBps) connection.
    6. Shutdown and restart OneDrive for new ini to load. ��


    Larger files often fail as the smaller ones finish and are presumably prioritized.
    It took 7 tries to sync a 7GB VMWare image in my SkyDrive folder for example.

    Cheers,
    Shaunny from Minnesota
    Thank you Shaunny.
      My Computers


 

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