10 Tips to optimize OneDrive for Microsoft's 2016 storage reductions

OneDrive is still one of the most popular cloud storage services you can get, and thanks to its deep integration with Windows 10 and Office, it’s also one of the best storage services you can use with the operating system on your computer, mobile device, and on the web. If you’re running Windows 10, there is no software to install, you simply configure the folders you want to sync, and a few other settings, and you’re good to go. Also, OneDrive is fully integrated with Office desktop and online, so you know that you can seamlessly create an Office document, save it on the cloud, and pick up where you left off virtually on any device, including Windows, Apple, and Android devices. However, Microsoft recently introduced significant changes to the service storage plans, which could negatively impact customers.