First off, long-time viewer and recent supporter of L1techs - love the content - but new to the forums. So… “Hi!”
I’ve been searching online for the answer but I can’t find it. Or more accurately I’ve been searching for the answer I would like, and can’t find it. I figured we have a few Windows-y / Admin-y types here so it couldn’t hurt to ask.
I was about to push buy on a Surface Pro X. I’m aware of the general limitations but my use case is purely as a note-taking / information-consuming device so I thought I was okay with that. However, just in time I learned that with the OneNote version it uses, you must store your notebooks on MS’s OneDrive, where they tell you. That’s an absolute hard ‘no’ for me. But I find it amazing they would do this. Are there any ways to switch out “OneDrive” for some other networked location, e.g. my home server. MS is supposed to be the corporate-friendly software company and I can’t believe all companies are fine with this so presumably there must be some sort of way of reconfiguring Windows to not use OneDrive?
I can’t find anything though so either I don’t know the right terminology or it really doesn’t exist.
Thanks for any replies.