You get the impression that Microsoft is preparing to give up on keeping the OneDrive network up and running. This is demonstrated by the successive reductions in disk space available to users who have just been reduced to 5 GB.
Until recently, the OneDrive network drive, due to its very large disk space, was one of the best of its kind in the market. Unfortunately, good times are over, and it seems that the service is getting less and less important for the concern as it’s just a 5 GB hard drive.
The plan was announced last year, but then it was decided that such a sudden change could be a shock to users, so it was decided that current users would retain their current capacity for another 12 months. The protection period is now over, which means that until July 27, any OneDrive user, regardless of whether he has just registered or has an account for a long time, will have at his disposal only 5 GB of free space.