It sounds unbelievable, but they are now fifteen years have passed since the debut of the service One Drive from Microsoft and, to celebrate the occasion, the Redmond company has decided to renew its home page, called now OneDrive Home, which resembles the online version of Office and offers quick access to your files saved in the cloud, organized by last access. It is also possible filter files by type (e.g. Word, Excel or PDF). Among the novelties, we find a new one quick access sectionwhich, as well as in Windows 11, displays the most frequently accessed folders. Also, there is one new column “Activities” which alerts you when someone leaves a comment, mentions another user, or has been assigned a task within a shared document.
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One Drive will also feature several changes related to photo management. OneDrive photo storyrecently previewed, it brings together all your memories into a private, invite-only feed that you can share with family and friends. This feature supports comments, reactions and notifications to stimulate interactions and is currently active in Australia on the OneDrive mobile app for Android and iOS and on web browsers.
OneDrive Home will be launched in the course “of the next few months”And will act as a central hub through which users can organize their files and collaborate with colleagues remotely. For more details on the history of OneDrive and the innovations coming soon, we recommend that you take a look at the article published on the official Microsoft blog.
Microsoft is continuing to work to optimize security and performance in Microsoft Edge for Windows 11. Starting from version 102, in fact, the disk caching function has been introduced which, in addition to speeding up the execution of the browser, also reduces the space required on the storage drive. Find all the details about it in our previous news.