After offering 15GB Free storage and 1TB Free storage to Office 365 users, One Drive has upped their ante against Dropbox by now offering file uploading and sharing upto 10GB .
Not only that now with just a right click on any file , Windows users can upload any file to OneDrive , similar to DropBox, making file uploading simpler with updates for OSX coming soon.
It’s great news for people like me who have Office 365 and have embraced OneDrive as their primary cloud storage among a number of devices .
On supported browsers like Google Chrome , OneDrive’s web interface now also supports folder drag and drop for instant sync and uploading.
Further details can be seen at Microsoft’s OneDrive Blog HERE