One of the last things which was missing in the OneDrive Cloud Service from Microsoft was the limitation of files which were allowed to be uploaded. Until a few days ago there was a limitation of 2GB for files to be uploaded to OneDrive, however it seems that Microsoft has got rid of this limitation because various users on reddit are saying that there are now able to also upload files bigger than 2GB. Maybe we will also get an official confirmation by Microsoft in the upcoming days for this.
Current Dropbox users often did not want to move to OneDrive because of this limitation, so this shows also how important this change was, that people can now completely rely on the Microsoft ecosystem. What do you think will now more people switch to OneDrive, do you even upload files bigger than 2GB? Let me know in comments below.
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