How to Move Files from Local Computer to OneDrive

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Moving your files from your local computer to OneDrive ensures that your files will never be lost if you computer stops functioning or if it is lost or stolen. Please follow the any of the two procedures below to move your files from your local computer to OneDrive.
Please note that OneDrive works best in Internet Explorer, but it also works in other browsers.


Using the OneDrive Website

Depending on the web browser you use, you can upload files up to 10 GB in size.

1. On the OneDrive website sign in with your Microsoft account, and then browse to the location where you want to add the files.
2. Select Upload

3. Select the files you want to upload, and then select Open.



Using File Explorer to copy or move files to OneDrive

You can copy or move files between folders within OneDrive, or from other folders on your computer. When you move files, you're removing them from your PC and adding them to OneDrive. Drag files from the file list in the right pane to OneDrive in the left pane.

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