This should help transfer large files.
Microsoft released the first 64-bit version of Windows in the early days. It was launched together with OneDrive in 2007. Nevertheless, the version of the Windows file -synching application has only now been switched to 64-bit, and Microsoft has announced a new version of the client. In an announcement found by Windows expert Paul Turrott, the company stated that the new version of OneDrive will help those who need to transfer files at once, because 64-bit systems can access more resources than the 32-bit version.
The company said: We know this is a long-awaited and popular feature, and we are very happy to provide it for early use.“ Now you can download the 64-bit version to use with your OneDrive account for work, school, and home. ”Please note that previews are currently only available on 64-bit versions of Windows. If you have a computer like Surface Pro X, and the system has Windows 10 on ARM, you have to wait. Microsoft recommends continuing to use the 32-bit version for now.