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Microsoft yesterday rolled out a new update for OneDrive on Windows 10 Mobile and PC in the Store with some improvements. Microsoft is updating OneDrive for Windows 10 to version, and the update is available for all users, but the company hasn’t added any new feature with today’s update.

After installing the latest version of OneDrive for Windows 10, you can now play audio files. Apart from this change, Microsoft has also fixed bugs to improve performance and user experience.

Microsoft recently announced a new campaign for OneDrive in an attempt to poach Google and Dropbox customers. Microsoft is offering free OneDrive storage for up to three years if you switch to its own service, but this offer is only if are in an existing contract with any of three company (Google, Dropbox and Box).

Microsoft in a blog post announced all interested customers can switch to OneDrive for free until June 30, the company promises to offer a smooth transition to OneDrive from your previous service. Microsoft is trying to bring the customers to OneDrive so that it can make money after three years when the offer ends.

“Choosing to store your files in OneDrive instead of other cloud storage providers allows you to work faster and smarter with Office 365. It’s the only service that provides real-time co-authoring within Office Online and the Office 2016 apps for mobile, PC, and Mac—as well as personalized search and discovery powered by the Microsoft Graph,” the company said.

Microsoft also highlighted the features of OneDrive in the blog post. It’s worth noting that Microsoft’s cloud services are doing good these days, however, it’ll be still interested to see how many customers will switch to OneDrive.

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