Difference between Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive

1. Microsoft OneDrive :
Microsoft OneDrive is a file hosting and synchronization service provided by the Microsoft. It gives the convenience to users for storing files, personal data and for sharing files. It offers 5 GB free storage space. It was launched by Microsoft in 2007. It is commonly known as OneDrive. It is mostly used by professional workers to store the data related to work which might need more security.

2. Google Drive :
Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service provided by the Google. It allows the users to store the files and personal data and to share the files. It offers 15 GB free storage space. It was launched by Google in 2012. It is used by almost each and every person which is somehow related to internet. Everyone uses this to store some professional and personal data.



Difference between Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive:

MICROSOFT ONEDRIVE GOOGLE DRIVE
It is owned by Microsoft Corporation. It is owned by Google LLC.
It was launched in 2007. It was launched in 2012.
It offers 5 GB free storage space. It offers 15 GB free storage space.
It allows to set expiry dates on links. It does not allow to set expiry dates on links.
It charges less for additional storage that means it is less costly. It charges comparatively more for additional storage that means it is more costly.
It charges $9.99 per month for 5 TB. It charges $9.99 per month for 2 TB.
The number of users using OneDrive is less . The number of users using Google Drive is more.
It is a bit more secure comparatively. It also provides full security of data.
It is mostly used in professional works. It is used for both professional and personal works.

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