Microsoft recently added OneDrive integration to Windows 10. OneDrive on Windows 10 allows users to upload files, view, as well as download files from their OneDrive account. If you setup Windows 10 on your PC, you’ll need to setup OneDrive as well – however, you can disable OneDrive on Windows 10 right now.
Nonetheless, according to Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul, OneDrive will come integrated with Windows 10. A Twitter user asked Gabriel about OneDrive’s Universal App and he simply replied that it’ll be integrated with Windows 10 rather than a pre-installed app. Here is his tweet:
@Marciojsv OneDrive is being integrated directly into Windows rather than as an app.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) March 21, 2015
OneDrive integrated on Windows is indeed a very nice addition. I personally like the feature, though I’m pretty sure some users won’t really like the feature. Nonetheless, what do you think of OneDrive integration on Windows 10? Discuss in the comment section below.