Users running OneDrive on Windows 10 and Windows Phone are receiving an update. Microsoft has rolled out version 188.8.131.52 of the cloud storage service to its own platforms. The update introduces a number of new, albeit minor, changes to the app.
OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud storage competitor to Google Drive and Dropbox. It allows users to store and share content like files, documents, photos and more from a Windows 10 PC or phone.
In terms of version 184.108.40.206, the app now supports previewing of files. Users can check file contents in preview without having to open the folder. Out of the gate, the feature is well stocked with support for over 100 filetypes.
As always, Microsoft has also made some general improvements and squashed some unnamed bugs. The update is available from the Microsoft Store now.
If you are unfamiliar with the general capabilities of OneDrive on Windows 10, here are its core abilities:
- Save and share files with free online storage.
- Quickly open and save OneDrive files in Office apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
- Easily find photos thanks to automatic tagging.
- Share albums of your favourite photos and videos.
Back in May, we reported on the growing popularity of OneDrive in the enterprise market. Indeed, the service is comfortably the most popular cloud storage service.
Spiceworks quizzed 544 North American and European businesses on their cloud storage and found Microsoft’s had a 51% share. 6% plan to deploy OneDrive in the next sixth months. Its closest competitors are Google Drive and Dropbox, which both sit at 34%.
Apple’s iCloud is the fourth at 13%, while Box, Citrix and Amazon Drive show between 3% and 6% each.