Microsoft OneDrive is one of the most popular Cloud storage services.On sign-up you are given 15 GB of free space in OneDrive. It allows you to sync your data across Windows 10,Android,OS X and iOS devices.For Windows 10 users,it has a new feature of Selective Sync that allows you to sync only those files that you want to.
Often people add an external hard drive to free up their spaces on their primary drive. When people are running out of space on their primary drive they move data files or folders to an external hard drive. Similarly, Microsoft OneDrive folder and all of it’s contents could be moved to a secondary hard drive or a secondary storage location. Here,I am going to show you How to change the location of the OneDrive Folder in Windows.
You can also change the default location of OneDrive folder to an external storage device or a pendrive. It might be a bit slower but it works.
All you have to do is format your pendrive in NTFS file system and create a new folder named OneDrive so that the content can be moved to this folder.Then follow the steps mentioned above to change the OneDrive folder location successfully.
OneDrive is in-built in Windows 10 and you don’t have to install it from any external source.Selective sync allows you to sync only selective folder to your computer.You can sync only those files and folders you want.Let’s take a look at Selective Sync feature.
This feature comes in handy when you are a laptop or tablet user with an SSD. You don’t need a large amount of data piled up in your computer.