OneDrive now supports 10GB files with faster syncing and Dropbox-like sharing

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Microsoft is rolling out some welcome improvements to its OneDrive cloud storage service today. While the company doubled its free OneDrive space in June and offered 1TB to Office 365 subscribers, Microsoft is letting OneDrive users take full advantage of the storage increases by allowing files up to 10GB to be uploaded to the service. It’s a highly requested change, and it doesn’t matter if you’re using desktop or mobile clients or even the OneDrive website — 10GB files are supported everywhere.

Updates rolling out over the coming weeks

Alongside the upload changes, Microsoft is increasing the number of files than can be downloaded or uploaded to OneDrive at the same time on PCs and Macs. “In internal tests, this parallel syncing…

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