Would like to use Microsoft OneDrive on Windows XP

Have a unique situation:

Computer running Windows XP Pro that has a 3rd party software for picture capturing.  After pictures are captured they are sent directly to a folder that is currently setup to sync to a Dropbox folder/account. (Computer in a Domain environment, but will soon be dis-joined)

We need to use (Office 365) MS OneDrive, but the OneDrive app is not compatible with Windows XP.  Are there any workarounds? What are some other solutions that will achieve the same objective and perhaps be able to sync with our MS OneDrive account?
Mark MarquezAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
XP is dead. DEAD. Move up to a useful operating system and One Drive will be supported. No problems. The world is not going to retrofit XP for laggards. Sorry .
Mark MarquezAuthor Commented:
John Hurst:  thank you for the comment.

We understand that obsoleteness of XP.  We just in a stage of transition and need to find a way to get the images from the XP machine to the cloud.  Would Google Drive achieve the same thing?
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You might try Drop Box. I think it might work on XP. I have not tried Google, and so cannot say on that one. Drop Box is quite good and supports multiple platforms very well.

Good luck.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Also, I recall reading the Google dropped support for IE 8 a while back, so if you are committed to IE (as I am), you might have issues with Google.
You can use OneDrive via your web-browser, just logon to your hotmail account and then you can download and upload data to your OneDrive folders. You just won't be able to do this directly via a utility, but doing it manually is safer anyway.

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Mark MarquezAuthor Commented:

Thank you for the comment.  Looks like that my work for what we are trying to accomplish.  Why is safer?
Because you aren't constantly attached to the cloud and drives aren't mapped. If for example you were infected by some ransomware, that could encrypt the files on OneDrive too, not just the local ones.

Do make sure you don't use IE, but rather firefox or chrome. Those browsers are more up-to-date than IE on XP and therefore also much safer to use.
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