OneDrive may be solely a cloud synchronization service and even if you don’t use OneDrive as your key cloud storage, it has one killer feature. You can view any file on your PC remotely with it, even if that file is not in your OneDrive tab. As with most cloud storage services, OneDrive makes strong files in the cloud simple, and even sharing them with others. In this article, we will guide you through the whole procedure to fetch any file on your PC remotely with OneDrive in Windows 10.

Fetch any file on your PC remotely with OneDrive in Windows 10

To fetch any file on your PC remotely with OneDrive in Windows 10, follow this procedure step by step.

Click the OneDrive icon which is on the right corner of the taskbar as the following image is showing.

As you can see that there is an option of More, click on it and the following menu will open.

Click the Settings option as highlighted in the above image. As soon as you will click the Settings option, the following dialogue box will appear.

Now choose the Settings tab from the appeared dialogue box as highlighted in the above image. As soon as you will click the Settings tab, the following options will appear.

Check the checkbox Let me use OneDrive to fetch any of my files on the PC. Then click the OK button as highlighted in the above image.

Now go to OneDrive site and sign in with your account as the following image is showing.

Enter the email address and click the Next button as above image is showing. After that enter the Password and click the Sign in button as follows.

As you will click the Sign in button, the following screen will appear.

Go to the File option on the left side of the screen. Then fetched files can be found in Documents folder as highlighted in the above image.

Conclusion

By following this procedure, you will be able to fetch any file on your PC remotely with OneDrive in Windows 10.

How to fetch any file on your PC remotely with OneDrive in Windows 10
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Karim Buzdar

About the Author: Karim Buzdar holds a degree in telecommunication engineering and holds several sysadmin certifications. As an IT engineer and technical author, he writes for various web sites. He blogs at LinuxWays.

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