OneDrive is a good place to store your files – it gives you access to them from any location where you have an internet connection. In addition to that, it keeps a local copy of each file on your computer so that you can get to your files even if you don’t have an internet connection. If you make changes, it will sync the files as soon as it connects again. This is great, but what if you have files you don’t need to access very often and they’re using up space on your computer?
You can select which files you want to sync by going into File Explorer, right-clicking on your OneDrive folder, and clicking on Choose OneDrive Folders to Sync.
On the screen that comes up, you can remove check marks from any folder you don’t need on that particular computer, then click OK. If you do need to access them, you can go to the website at http://hornet.emporia.edu and log in there to see all of your files. This lets you manage the storage on you computer and still use OneDrive to keep all of your files safe and sound.