OneDrive is a free online storage that comes with your Microsoft account. It is a cloud storage service from Microsoft that allows you to store all your important files securely in one place and then access them virtually anywhere. Save your files in OneDrive folders and you'll be able to get to them from any PC, tablet, or phone. It works just like a traditional hard drive, but it's on the internet, and you get access to additional features. 

For example, thanks to its cross-device and cross-platform design, you can create a file on your computer, and pick up where you left off on your laptop, tablet, or phone without having to save a copy on a USB drive or email the file to yourself. Also, OneDrive makes it easy to share content with other people, and collaborate in real-time using its Office 365 integration.

Instructional Resources

Click on any of the below tiles to access instructional guides on OneDrive Cloud.

 Accessing OneDrive on the web (Google Chrome)
Installing OneDrive on Desktop/Laptop

Using OneDrive on Desktop/Laptop

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