Cloud storage has become a widely used storage location for many. Microsoft OneDrive which was previously known as SkyDrive is one such cloud storage option available. Microsoft OneDrive comes in 2 flavors, the free OneDrive which can be obtained by signing up a free Microsoft account and has a free storage of 5GB and the paid Microsoft OneDrive for Business which can be obtained through an Office 365 subscription which has a 1TB of storage limit.
Windows 10 enables a user to add both these OneDrive folders to be synchronized to the local PC which helps to store all the documents and data in the cloud. The OneDrive app is already built into Windows 10 and the user can simply enter the email address and the password to start the initial sync. Below are the steps to add multiple OneDrive accounts to your Windows 10 computer.
Open OneDrive Application and enter the email address of Account 1
Enter the password of Account 1
If the sync folder location to be changed click on change location and select the folder and click next
Click open OneDrive and the folders and documents will be synched.
To add the second account, right click the OneDrive icon from the task bar
Click on add account
Follow the same process to add the account (mentioned above) and once done you will be able to access both folders from the file explorer
The sync status can be viewed from the icons in the task bar