Like a Twitter user Florian b. (Via Vinero) Writes, Microsoft has provided a new 64-bit variant of the Windows 10 application from OnDrive. So far, the sync service has only been implemented on 32 bit versions of 64 bit systems. There is no way for the user to determine which variant is installed on his computer.
Microsoft has now made OnDrive available as a 64-bit application
Location not changed
In addition to the native architectural change, the 64-bit version did not bring any further innovations. The storage location in the AppData folder has not changed either. An additional folder named “amd64” should be created with the new 64-bit libraries. “OneDrive.exe” will then also be recognized as a 64-bit application in Task Manager. The 64-bit version was developed on December 11, 2020 and was recently released by Redmond.
The new version is not automatically distributed
However, the 64-bit version of OneDrive is not currently provided automatically. The new creation is currently designed for insiders and is only available through a special installer. Access the 64-bit version of OneDrive This link Downloaded. If the user has only a 32-bit system and is running the program, only the 32-bit version and the new 64-bit utility of OnDrive will not be installed.