Getting to OneDrive files
In most cases, we'll automatically sync all of your OneDrive files to File Explorer. Otherwise, we'll ask you what you want to sync.
Add files to OneDriveDrag your files into the OneDrive folder in File Explorer.
Save files to OneDriveChoose OneDrive as the save location when you save a file in Word, Excel, or another app.
Choose what to syncIf you need to save some space, sync just a few OneDrive folders to your PC. You’ll still be able to get to the other folders at OneDrive.com, but they won’t show up in File Explorer. To choose which folders to sync, go to the right side of the taskbar and press and hold (or right-click) the OneDrive icon . Then, select Settings > Choose folders > Choose folders.
Quick access to the files that matter most
To make sure a folder shows up in Quick access, press and hold (or right-click) it, and then select Pin to Quick access. A pin icon shows you which folders you’ve pinned, so it’s easy to tell them apart from the rest.
- Pinned folders replace favorites in the new File Explorer. If you chose to keep your files when upgrading, you'll find your old favorites pinned to Quick access.
Quick access settingsIf you want to change what you see in Quick access, you’ve got some options. Go to View > Options to:
- Set File Explorer to open to Quick access or This PC.
- Remove recently used files.
- Remove frequently used folders (except for the ones you've pinned).
Do not want a specific file or folder to show up in Quick access? Press and hold (or right-click) it, and then select Remove from Quick access .