Another blunder on MS part IMO, now we cannot see unsynced files. In Win10 we are forced into selective sync, you have to choose which folders to sync and if they are not synced you lose them. This completely negates the value of a cloud drive IMO. The whole value was I can have way more info on the cloud than locally, so I could see my 2TB of data on my little 16gb tablet. Ostensibly it was to avoid confusion, but maybe all it needed was 1) better icons to demarcate these were online files and 2) a tutorial when OneDrive was installed, or upon first Windows install boot to teach users this. Come on, it's not rocket science and I refuse to believe consumers are really that dumb. There is some justification though: http://www.infoworld.com/article/28...anges-to-onedrive-spark-a-user-rebellion.html Which says that part of the reason was to save space, apparently the unsynced placeholders take up space. So for 7gb of cloud files those unsynced placeholders would take 200mb on your PC. Extrapolated that means that to fill your 16gb hard drive with placeholders you would have to have 560gb (x1000 not 1024, sorry) of cloud drive. That can be significant I suppose, especially users get into Terrabytes of space. But damn Microsoft, there has to be a way, I mean OneDrive just lost all value to me, I can use Dropbox, Google, Box, etc to accomplish the same thing. Thoughts?