Microsoft OneDrive Introduce new Feature Like Personal Vault and Expandable Storage option for Global Users


Microsoft is ready to upgrade it OneDrive by adding Personal Vault in it and providing an expandable storage option for the global users. These new features were officially announced back in June which will help OneDrive to compete against iCloud and Google Drive. Now they have announced the global launch of the Azure-based Windows Virtual Desktop which they launch last year in September. The virtual desktop will help you to open multi-session like windows 10 where the users can virtual Windows 10 and even Windows 7. Windows Virtual Desktop on Azure also has features such as RDS support and optimisations for Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus and many more. Learn more about O365 Migration.

With the help of Personal Vault in Microsoft OneDrive, all the users will now get additional security that will help you to store content on cloud storage and secure it with face, pin or fingerprint lock. To unlock the Personal Vault Space you will get the Microsoft Authenticator app.

Microsoft also provided amazing features like BitLocker Encryption, automatic locking and restricted sharing using which you can get an amazing experience when you use Personal Vault.


The Personal Vault Feature was announced by Microsoft earlier in the year and you can now get it on OneDrive globally.

If you have a free 100Gb plan on OneDrive then you can only store three files in Personal Vault Space but there is no limited to Office 365 Personal. Microsoft also introduced a new update for the OneDrive app for iOS 13 with dark mode.

By using the help of Windows Virtual Desktop various businesses can scale their apps on Azure which will help you to test the application in various conditions. With the help of these services, you can get multi-session capabilities like Windows 10 virtualization.


There are several additional features in the program along with deployment and management. The company is also working on making the app delivery simple by providing support for MSIX  package, wrote Brad Anderson.