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Microsoft begins reducing OneDrive storage to 5GB if you didn't opt in

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Jul 2016 21:37

Microsoft begins reducing OneDrive storage to 5GB if you didn't opt in Earlier this year, Microsoft sent out a notice to all OneDrive cloud users informing them that their storage space would be reduced unless they opted-in and asked to keep it.
If you did not ask to keep the storage, your space is now significantly smaller. Microsoft has downgraded accounts to just 5GB and removed the 15GB camera roll bonus for Windows 10 and Windows Phone users. The move is a bit shocking, given that Microsoft launched OneDrive years ago by offering 7GB of space.

Microsoft has paid tiers for those who want to keep the extra storage, or you can move over to Amazon, Google, Apple, Dropbox or any other number of cloud solutions.

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