On Windows Microsoft provides a free cloud storage service in the form of OneDrive. It comes integrated with Windows and you get 5 GB of free storage with your Microsoft account.

This works great on Windows but like Google Microsoft also does not provide a native client for OneDrive on Linux desktop.

You can access your OneDrive data through browser of course. In addition to that there are some other ways to access OneDrive on Linux.

You can use a premium service like Insync or opt for a slightly more complicated command line approach with rclone to use OneDrive on Linux.

Recently I came across another tool that is slightly different and slightly easier to use. It8217s unsurprisingly called OneDriver.

OneDriver is a free and open source tool that allows you to mount your OneDrive files on your Linux system.

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