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Microsoft pushed out a new update for its OneDrive app for both Windows 10 PC and Windows 10 Mobile. The app has been bumped to new version The update comes with a minor new addition to the Settings option apart from the usual bug fixes and performance improvements.

With the latest update the OneDrive users can now find a new “Voice Command” option in the Settings section of the application. To turn on the Voice Commands option you would need to go to Menu>Settings>Voice Commands>On. OneDrive will ask for access to Microphone and users would need to click on OK for the Voice Commands to be working.

However currently the number of Voice Commands to be used have been limited and might be increased in the days to come. For more information on the Voice Commands can be found in this link.

This latest OneDrive update is currently available for users on Release Preview Ring Creators Update and should be made available to all users in the coming days. You can download the latest OneDrive update by clicking the below Windows Store link.

Download OneDrive for Windows 10 

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