The OneDrive synchronization user for Windows has a new 64-bit version in the recent public preview. The new version of this update is mainly suitable for users who often process large files or transfer large amounts of files on OneDrive because 64-bit applications can use more system memory.
The OneDrive sync client is pre-installed in the Windows 10 system, allowing you to easily sync files to OneDrive. It can be integrated into the system’s file manager, so the feeling of managing OneDrive files and folders is basically the same as using local folders.
To use the 64-bit version of OneDrive, you need a PC with an x64 (technically AMD 64) processor running a 64-bit version of Windows. However, although ARM is also a 64-bit architecture, Windows 10 on ARM currently does not support applications designed for x64 processors.