|Blue Cloud Icon||Indicates that the file is only available online. Online-only files don’t take up space on your computer.|
Online-only files cannot be opened when the device isn’t connected to the Internet.
|Blue Cloud with People Icon||Indicates the file or folder has been shared with other people.|
|Green Tick Icon||When an online-only file is opened , it downloads to the device and becomes a locally available file. |
A locally available file can be opened anytime, even without Internet access.
If more space is needed, the file can change back to online only. Just right-click the file and select “Free up space.”
|Green Circle with Check Icon||These "always available files" download to your device and take up space, but they’re always there even when offline.|
Make "SettingsPackages" folder available locally (recommended for Windows users)
- Open your OneDrive folder in Windows Explorer.
- Under the "View" menu check the "Hidden items" box in order to reveal the "SettingsPackages" folder.
- Right-click on "SettingsPackages" and then select "Always keep on this device".