Microsoft launches the OneDrive 64-bit version for Windows 10 Insider
Since the release of the renamed OneDrive in 2014, many users have called on Microsoft to develop a 64-bit version for it to adapt to the mainstream 64-bit operating system.
However, the OneDrive pre-installed in Windows 10 is still the 32-bit version, and Microsoft has never responded to why it is unwilling to develop the 64-bit version.
However, whether to develop a new version is actually very important for users, because professional users are pursuing better performance and the current old version cannot meet this demand.
After years of appeal, Microsoft finally decided to develop a 64-bit version of the client for OneDrive. The early preview version is now available for public use.
It is estimated that for most users, using the current 32-bit version of OneDrive has not found any abnormalities, but if you upload a large number of files, you will find performance problems.
According to Microsoft’s instructions, the new 64-bit version of the client has better performance, because the system hardware resources that the 64-bit version can access include more memory and processing capabilities.
But this may not be obvious to most users. Only when users upload large files and upload a large number of files will they find that the performance is indeed better. Therefore, for ordinary users, whether or not to download and install the new version for testing is basically not affected.