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Leak: Microsoft OneDrive Redesign Shows up Online

A leak for the Windows versions of Microsoft OneDrive shows the app is getting a redesigned Settings section.

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There have been rumors that is working on a new OneDrive client that will run on . Thanks to a new leak, that redesign seems to be confirmed and ready to arrive in preview.

A preview build of the new app has shown up online. At the heart of the overhaul is a new aesthetic for the Settings page that ties into the overall design of Windows 11. This area of OneDrive has been left without changes for a long time.

The rest of the app will also get a revamp, including new visuals, navigation, and controls. It does not seem Microsoft is planning any new features. So, this is really a visual update. For example, in the Settings app you will still be able to select different notification options, add more accounts, see how much storage you have, and personalize your syncing preferences.

It is worth noting the leak is so far only showing the Settings section of OneDrive. It is unclear if the overhaul will go app-wide but it seems likely. It is also worth noting the public preview that launches could look slightly different to this leak.

Speaking of that preview, it is unclear when it will arrives but I guess in the coming weeks. If you really want to, you can download the leaked preview from this link (via @flobo09).  but it is at your own risk. Some users are reporting the linked preview does not always add the redesigned package.

OneDrive Stories

If you are on the lookout for new Microsoft OneDrive features, the company recently revealed a new Stories tool is coming to the app.

Microsoft says OneDrive Stories will have one core difference from the similar feature on , Facebook, and other social platforms. While on those rival sites the stories can be shared publicly, on OneDrive they will only be private.

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Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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