“Microsoft may share limited amount of data users in OneDrive”

Jun

26

2016

After the storage of 15 is reduced to 5GB with the free version of OneDrive, Microsoft also seems to be the amount of data that can be shared to curb. Whatever the exact limits are, however, is at present not clear.

The news is reported by the German Desk Mud. Which publishes screenshots of OneDrive system that gives a message that can not open certain shared files from another user, because the owner “has exceeded its limit for sharing. Desk Mud reports no details about the incident: how large the data is, how many times it has been downloaded and how many people. It may be that it is meant to be a limitation to the attractiveness of the paid versions, but it may also involve a fair access policy to combat abuse of bandwidth. OneDrive gives himself no additional information anyway.

Mud desk reports that smaller files can simply continue to be shared, even if the dealer already at the limit has run. OneDrive provides users when they encounter the limit option to exit an Office 365 subscription. In addition, not only is the Office suite, but also an extended OneDrive package.

OneDrive logo It would not be the first time that Microsoft is cutting back the size of its cloud storage service. In March this year conducted by the previously announced amendment to have free accounts from 15 to 5GB of storage to go.

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