why does OneDrive control my pictures and photos ?
- Anonymous2 months ago
Because that's how you set it up when you set up Windows. When you originally set up Windows, a pop-up came up asking you if you want to use OneDrive. You must've clicked yes. You can change it. But you may not want to. OneDrive is a cloud, meaning you're not saving it to your hard drive but to a cloud server. If anything happens to your computer or to your hard drive, you don't lose all your pictures, because they're not saved there but are saved on the cloud, on OneDrive. So with another computer or device, you can still access them by accessing your OneDrive through Microsoft.