Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
New windows 10 fall creators update 2017

Microsoft yesterday released the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for the general public as an Over the Air update. The company had promised that users will be getting the OneDrive Files On Demand feature with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update which the company announced at its Build 2017.

Now after the availability of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The option can be found in the OneDrive Tab under Settings and users would need to check the box with description “Save Space and download files” and Click OK.

Users have been reporting that the OneDrive Files On Demand feature is missing from the PCs after installing the Fall Creators update. However a workaround to get the Files On Demand feature is that the users would need to download and update sync client and install it over the old version to activate Files on Demand since the application is designed to sync all files from your OneDrive with files and folders stored on hard drive.

If any of our users have installed the Fall Creators Update on their PCs, make sure to check if the Files On Demand features is available, if not kindly try the above given workaround and let us know if you were able to get it for us to update the article for more users.

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