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    Microsoft already has an official file manager, called Files, but there are third-party apps you can check out. A newcomer is called Briefcase. It can manage both local and OneDrive files. It has your typical cut, move, copy and paste functions, and provide other features that you might like over the official offering from Microsoft.

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    04-02-2015 06:11 PM

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