As we all know, today Windows 7 is stopped by Microsoft to drop updates and stop warranty, so any use of key programs or functions on it is trying to stop the same action. According to a recent release from Microsoft, OneDrive will not be available for older Windows users from early next year.

Microsoft recently announced that from March 1, 2022, OneDrive users on Windows 7, 8 or Windows 8.1 will not be allowed to sync their content to the cloud. No more. Not only that, they will not receive the latest update of this OneDrive software if the computer they are using does not run Windows 10 or higher.

However, the files on OneDrive can still be accessed or accessed by users, even if you are using an older version of Windows. Only more.

To avoid problems, Microsoft recommends that older Windows users upgrade to a newer version of Windows before March 2022, but for computers that can not install newer versions of Windows, Microsoft says users can still back up files. Theirs by uploading to the OneDrive website instead.