Microsoft OneDrive is now available in a 64-bit version to all interested users who want to see how it worked in the previous test phase. Incredibly, until now, the OneDrive client for Windows is only 32-bit, which in some cases can have a negative impact on synchronization performance.
how is it Provided by Microsoft, All users who plan to use OneDrive to sync large files or not necessarily large files (but in large numbers) should first get the 64-bit version. Of course, you also need 64-bit Windows and an x64 processor.
Therefore, in fact, for most home users of Windows 10, the advantage of 64-bit OneDrive running slightly faster will be available. The 32-bit version is the only version suitable for ARM64-based devices.
The beta 64-bit version of OneDrive is already available for download (you can also download from our catalog, more content is below), but the installation is not as obvious as it seems-the application must be installed in the same version as the current version. The 32-bit version of OneDrive installed. In other words, to install the latest 64-bit trial version, you must first update the 32-bit version (or make sure it has the same number).
Importantly, you can also exit further testing at any time and return to the 32-bit stable version of OneDrive. Just make sure the version numbers match. To simplify this task, Microsoft encourages you to use the latest version of the link. Update here.