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Stop Microsoft From Taking Away Your 15GB OneDrive Free Storage - Ubergizmo

It was back in November last year that Microsoft announced it was going to reduce the amount of free storage it gives all OneDrive users from 15GB to 5GB. Naturally users started criticizing Microsoft for this move so it had to backtrack slightly. The ...and more »

Base Microsoft OneDrive Storage Drops To 5GB End Of January: Here's How To Keep Your 15GB Free OneDrive ... - Tech Times

Microsoft is downgrading the amount of storage available to OneDrive users from 15 GB to 5 GB. The reductions on the storage capacities for users will come into effect once February rolls in. Microsoft made the decision to reduce free OneDrive storage ...and more »

Best cloud storage - Dropbox vs Google Drive vs OneDrive: free and paid compared - Expert Reviews

Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox all store your files in the cloud, but which one should you commit to? We run the numbers. Cloud storage is for everything from backing up your documents, collaborating on projects and sharing your precious favourite ...and more »

Free storage offering on Microsoft on OneDrive ends today - Daily News & Analysis

If you're an avid cloud user, today is now your last day to claim free storage on Microsoft's OneDrive. After the company had announced, earlier last year, that it would be cutting back users' free storage from 15GB to 5GB, it did later revert back to ...and more »

Act now! You only have this weekend to save your free OneDrive storage before Microsoft takes it away for good - BetaNews

Free online storage space is something many of us really appreciate. Quotas are usually so generous that's there's rarely a need to spend money on a paid subscription. However, Microsoft recently announced plans to cut back on the amount of free ...and more »

Today's your last day to claim your free 15GB of OneDrive storage - PCWorld

Act today, or your free OneDrive account will get cut from 15GB of storage to a paltry 5GB. Email a friend. To. Use commas to separate multiple email addresses. From. Privacy Policy. Thank you. Your message has been sent. Sorry. There was an error ...and more »

January 31 is the last day to claim OneDrive's 15GB of free storage and camera roll bonus - Windows Central

If you currently have 15GB of free storage on Microsoft's OneDrive cloud file storage service, and also get 15GB of additional storage if you get the camera roll bonus, you don't have much time to keep those options. Microsoft is allowing those users ...and more »

Microsoft's free 15GB of OneDrive storage ends today - The Verge

Microsoft reversed its decision to reduce its free OneDrive storage from 15GB to 5GB back in December. While the unlimited storage tier is still being removed, today is the last day to claim the free 15GB of storage. If you forgot to claim it back in ...and more »

Microsoft OneDrive is a hot mess on Windows 10 - techAU (blog)

Microsoft's OneDrive has been built into Windows since Windows 8, back in 2012. By the time Windows 8.1 rolled around, Microsoft made it the default storage location to make sure your files were synced to the cloud and available from any device. What ...and more »

Reminder: Today is the Last Day to Claim Free OneDrive Storage - Thurrott.com (blog)

Just as a reminder, today is the last day when OneDrive users—which is to say, most Windows users—can claim their free 15 GB of online storage before Microsoft reverts to the new level of 5 GB. You may recall that Microsoft in November infamously ...and more »