Microsoft seems to have begun distributing the updated OneDrive app for Windows. It was discovered in July 2022 when an early build became public knowledge. Now, it appears that the software giant is prepared to make the app available to all users (via Dr. Windows).
The revamped OneDrive app has navigation and a user experience similar to Windows 11. For handling sync and backup, account, and notification settings, there are four vertical tabs. You may view the current app version on the fourth tab and subscribe to OneDrive Insider preview updates.
The storage indication in the bottom-left corner, which allows you to check your storage limit without going to a specific tab, is another noticeable update. The legacy version has never supported dark and light modes, but the app now does.
The updated OneDrive client for Windows doesn’t offer any new features aside from a swanky user interface and overhauled navigation. You may control download speeds, manage backups, enable or disable files-on-demand, and more.
Even if you probably don’t visit OneDrive Settings much, it’s fantastic to see Microsoft give it a much more aesthetically pleasing and up-to-date user experience. As of this writing, there have been no reports of this coming on Windows 10. Microsoft has not yet announced the release of the new OneDrive app for Windows, but we will update this story as soon as we do.
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