You can look up your OneDrive version—use the steps below for Windows and Mac.

  1. Select the cloud icon in the taskbar. A blue cloud icon will open OneDrive for work or school, and a white cloud icon will open OneDrive for home.

    OneDrive SyncClient with blue cloud and white cloud icons

  2. Select Help & Settings.

    Shows the "Help & Settings" icon selected, with the resulting menu showing.

  3. Select Settings > About.

  4. Under About Microsoft OneDrive, the build number will indicate if the architecture is not 32-bit (eg. "64-bit", "ARM64", or "Preview").


    Shows the Settings tab selected for OneDrive, and the version and build number are listed below "About Microsoft OneDrive."

  1. On the menu bar at the top of the screen, select the cloud icon. A blue cloud icon will open OneDrive for work or school, and a white cloud icon will open OneDrive for home.

    Shows the taskbar on a Mac, with the OneDrive cloud icon.

  2. Select Help & Settings > Preferences.

    Shows the OneDrive Help & Settings menu, with Preferences near the top.

  3. Select About, and under About Microsoft OneDrive the build number will indicate if the architecture is "Standalone", "Apple silicon", or "Preview".

    Shows the OneDrive About screen on a Mac. Build and version info is under "About Microsoft OneDrive."

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