VLC, an acronym of VideoLan Client, is a cross-platform media player and a strong alternative to Microsoft’s default Windows Media Player. VLC, which supports a variety of operating systems including Windows, Windows Phone, Android, OSX, Linux and available in over 48 world languages, was first introduced in late 1996, as part of an academic project.
Microsoft OneDrive is a cloud synchronization service from techno-giant to keep your files safe and accessible online. The hosting service, which comes with both freeware and premium plans and supports over 107 world languages, was initially launched in late 2007.
Any files stored on OneDrive are ever-accessible through various cross-platforms. OneDrive offers a more secure, advanced and easy data management and collaboration platform for both individuals and businesses. Microsoft’s powerful cloud storage turns out into lower transaction costs for business organizations.