Microsoft Increases OnceDrive’s Max File Size

By on September 12, 2014

If you’re a OneDrive user that likes BIG files then here’s some great news for you.

Microsoft has announced that OneDrive now supports files up to 10GB in size.  This blows away the past limit of 2GB.

While it’s still unclear if there’s a huge demand to store single files larger than 2GB in the cloud, it seems that Microsoft must have had some sort of call for this change and they’ve responded.

Microsoft also announced a score of other improvements that will be coming to OneDrive very soon.

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