Here is how you can sync your Windows 10 Desktop, Documents, Music and more to OneDrive

Here is how you can sync your Windows 10 Desktop, Documents, Music and more to OneDrive

OneDrive is one of the most popular storage services in the world that allows users to sync their files for future access from a web browser or mobile device. Windows 10 also includes a OneDrive folder that houses all your synced files locally, which are always kept up to date automatically.


Aside from OneDrive, Windows 10 provides you with a default set of folders including Documents, Desktop, Downloads, Music, Pictures and Videos you can use to store or organize your files. However, what if I told you that you can merge all your default folders into OneDrive, yes, you can do it with some simple steps.

In this guide, we will run you through the steps to sync your Windows 10 Desktops, Documents, Music and more to OneDrive.

How to sync your Windows 10 Desktops, Documents, Music and more to OneDrive

Step 1: First off, you need to open File Explorer and browse the following path C:\Users\<AccountNane>

Step 2: Once you are done, you are now supposed to open the OneDrive folder. After that, create a folder with a descriptive name. You can use this newly created folder to house your folders you are about to move

Step 3: Once you are done, open the new folder and create a new folder for all the folders you move. After that, you need to go back to your account name where you will see all the default folders

Step 4: You now need to right-click Documents and choose Properties. After that, select the Location tab and hit the Move button

Step 5: You are supposed to open the newly created Documents folder and click the Select Folder button. After that, you will see that the default location has now changed and all you need to do is to click Apply button

Step 6: You will see a new prompt that allows you to move any content from old to your new location. You now need to click Yes and click OK to complete the task.

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That’s it! If you’ve got any issues during the process, make sure that you let us know in the comments below.

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