Microsoft has unveiled a new OneDrive sync app for Windows on ARM and Apple’s M1 Macs. The tech giant’s new app for the cloud-based storage service Apple Silicon for OneDrive and Windows on ARM is now available for public preview. The company will gradually roll out the new feature in the insider ring in the coming days. To enable the preview, users are required to join the Insider Ring. With OneDrive, users can sync files between computers and the cloud. Synced files can be accessed directly in File Explorer and can be used offline as well.
Microsoft on 6th December announced Updated via a blog post. “We are pleased to announce that OneDrive Sync for Windows for ARM and Apple Silicon is now available as a public preview,” the company said.
To test public preview versions of A campaign To sync, you’ll need to join the company’s Insider Ring and enable Preview by going to OneDrive Settings > About, by selecting Receive pre-release Microsoft internal updatesA new option appears in the dialog box. Get the OneDrive App Made for Apple Silicon, The preview can be availed by tapping on Get ARM64 Build,
There will be wait times to test the OneDrive sync app as Microsoft says it will begin rolling it out in the insider ring in the next few days.
Like Microsoft, other storage services including dropbox And google drive Apple’s M1 on ARM is also working on ways to provide support for Mac and Windows. Dropbox has reportedly revealed that it is testing its own native app. according to a report good As of 9to5Mac, Dropbox is currently testing an internal build for native Apple M1 support and it will go live in the first half of next year.