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Cloud Drives have become increased in number in recent years. These are such as OneDrive, Google Drive, DropBox, Box and many others. Rather than writing special software to utilize them, it is best to use the App that is made available by each one them.
Alternatively, one need not be restricted by specific apps, which allow interaction only by the respective cloud drive, e.g. OneDrive or Google drive, which service only one account at a time. A viable alternative for OneDrive is provided by using Network drives using readily available Windows utilities.
The procedure to use OneDrive or a number of OneDrive accounts is given herewith.
The OneDrive app can be obtained from https://OneDrive.com. The OneDrive app is already part of Windows 10.
The app can be obtained from Google Drive
Network drive can be applied to the GoogleDrive folder, the path of which can be obtained from the File Explorer.
The app can be obtained from DropBox
Network drive can be applied to the DropBox folder, the path of which can be obtained from the File Explorer.
Using the original cloud storage apps is much more better way to handle files than any other proposition. One can use Networked drives in Windows if cloud file exchange is needed. This way, one can manipulate files using the Windows File Explorer - familiar and habitual to everyone.