Looking at buying a Microsoft Surface specifically to leverage the power of Onenote and get an Office Home Subscription. Is it really available for non business subscribers? Although none of our providers offer zero-knowledge encryption, they do all offer industry-standard levels of security in other areas. Now, its seemless, and its free included in compared to the ever rising costs of Dropbox. The default is to list every file and folder alphabetically, regardless of type. If you receive an attachment in Outlook, for example, you can right-click and save it directly to any OneDrive folder of your choice. We did mention in the article that OneDrive Business encrypts at rest. All my files are on each laptop. We want to use OneDrive instead of the other two but for this main reason we have not been able to get things going. For general use, all three apps are fairly similar. DropBox insists on glomming onto 10 of the 15 shell extension icon overlays available in windows, disabling the icon overlays for other software think source control.