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Microsoft admits Windows 10 May 2020 Update has killed OneDrive for some users

Windows 10 May 2020 Update breaking OneDrive functionality for some users is an issue we’d already seen widely reported online, and now Microsoft has admitted there is a problem with its cloud storage service – and let us know that it’s working on a fix (while providing a couple of possible workarounds for the time being).

The problem, as described by Microsoft, affects older Windows 10 PCs or those devices which have apps installed that use old legacy file system filter drivers (optional drivers).

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