Everyone with a Windows Phone hopes to see Microsoft doing some sort of magic and convince Nintendo to bring Pokemon Go on Windows, but in the meantime, Redmond is working on updates that seem to make its services more appealing for Android and iOS users who can actually play the game.
"When you have the OneDrive app on your phone and camera upload is turned on, the screenshots you take from the game are automatically saved to OneDrive and 150 Pokemon are identified for your searching and viewing pleasure. You can also search for your favorite Pokemon by name" mentioned Microsoft in its official blog post.
"Hundreds of millions of people across the globe use Dropbox to work and collaborate with their teams, from anywhere on any device. With this integration, our customers can access their Dropbox files directly from Hootsuite, allowing them to enhance their social posts with content they already have saved in Dropbox," explained Billy Blau, who is the head of technology partnerships at Dropbox.
On Friday, Microsoft announced a new feature for OneDrive , its cloud mobile storage service, that automatically detects digital Pokemon from the augmented reality game in photos uploaded from your smartphone. "A lot of [Pokemon Go] players take screenshots of their captured Pokemon to show off to their friends -- both digitally and in person," said Douglas Pearce, OneDrive's group program manager, in a blog post.
"A lot of players take screenshots of their captured Pokemon to show off to their friends--both digitally and in person. We had to make it easier for you to find all your Pokemon screenshots, so we went to work and partnered with Microsoft Research to bring a Pokemon detector to OneDrive," Microsoft said today .
In a surprisingly swift attempt to ride the Pokemon Go bandwagon, Microsoft has released, of all things, Pokemon detection for photos stored on OneDrive. If you have an iPhone or an Android handset and enable camera uploading to OneDrive, any screenshots or photos you take with the Pokemon Go camera tool will be stored on Microsoft's cloud system.
If you're new to Windows 10, you'll notice a little pre-installed application on your system called OneDrive, essentially Microsoft's own Google Drive or Dropbox. But, if you don't use OneDrive, it's sitting their on your computer taking up important system resources that could be used for something else. You can also remove it through the group policy editor, but some versions of Windows don't have access to that, such as the Home edition.
To share your notes and notebooks in OneNote 2016 with others, make sure your notebook is synced to your OneDrive account online , so others have access to it. You can invite people to view or edit your notebook by sending them an email uisng the Share with People option on the Share Notebook screen.
In this blog post series we are going to test one of the more popular DIY options for a migration to a cloud-based EFSS provider: the both illustrious and despised sync client. These posts are not necessarily to determine which client handles uploads the best or fastest but to outline my experience using them for a migration.
Users of Microsoft's OneDrive have begun receiving notifications that their storage allotments have already, or will soon be, reduced to 5GB. In April 2016, Microsoft warned OneDrive users that the automatic reductions and access restrictions would begin in July , when accounts with more than 5GB of content would be marked read-only.
Microsoft has begun culling OneDrive consumer accounts, reducing free storage limits from 15GB to 5GB - or from 30GB to 5GB for those who had the 15GB camera roll bonus, too - so be warned, you should waste no time in backing up your stored files if you don't want to lose them (or most of them, rather).
Microsoft is cutting its free 15GB OneDrive cloud storage space down to 5GB, and eliminating the 15GB free camera roll for many users. Back in November, Microsoft announced it would no longer provide free unlimited storage for Office 365 users, instead limiting them to one terabyte, and would be cutting its free OneDrive storage from 15GB to just five.