OneDrive is Microsoft's cloud storage for consumers, and it of course is built into Windows 10. For free, it comes with 15 GB of storage, and there are a couple of paid tiers to increase that storage.
Regarding this, how big is OneDrive free?
Starting in July, Microsoft will limit free cloud space to just 5GB. Here's another option for adding back another 10GB. Last November, the company announced plans to scrap its unlimited-storage option for OneDrive subscribers and cut free storage to 5GB from the previous 15GB amount.
How much space am I using on OneDrive?
Follow the steps below to check how much space you have used and how much of the quota remains available.
- From within OneDrive, click the Settings (gear) icon in the upper right corner and select Site Settings.
- Under the section Site Collection Administration, click Storage Metrics.
What is the storage capacity of OneDrive?
Free OneDrive storage is also being scaled down to 5GB from 15GB for current and new users. A 15GB camera roll storage bonus will also be discontinued. Most changes will start rolling out in early 2016, Microsoft said. The 1TB limit on Office 365 users takes effect immediately.