Putting files into OneDrive

Microsoft OneDrive (home ed). Windows 10.
I want to add 500 photographs to my OneDrive Account. Is there any quick way of adding these apart from uploading the files from  the folder in my computer where they are stored. I wonder is there any program which might do this?
Michael MurphyAsked:
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Michael BoucherCommented:
Can drag and drop them so uploading them all at once happens instead of one by one.
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
1 - install OneDrive app on your PC and RUN
2 - move any folder containing pics to the OneDrive folder on your PC
3 - the folder will now sync with your OneDrive account with no further ado! OneDrive sync

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Michael MurphyAuthor Commented:
Paul's answer is obviously the right answer. However here is my problem and question.  

 If a File IS NOT in the OneDrive PC folder but IS in a Onedrive cloud folder  and sync is enabled,   will not the File be REMOVED from OneDrive cloud   when synching?  

 I have never kept the material I put into OneDrive Cloud on my pc.  

 So if  I now set up a PC Onedrive folder and  if sync ran as it should, I would lose all my material.
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
let me check that with my account & my PC

i'll get back to you
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
I have never kept the material I put into OneDrive Cloud on my pc.  

 So if  I now set up a PC Onedrive folder and  if sync ran as it should, I would lose all my material.

That is correct - i just tried this with an empty folder
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
but the good news is that you can drag an entire folder to your online OneDrive space, rather than individual files...
Michael MurphyAuthor Commented:
Thanks Paul. That is what I'll do.
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
thanks, BUT

i still think that it'a a good idea to keep files in 2 locations though - you can never be to careful

Michael MurphyAuthor Commented:
I agree and am storing my material also on an external drive,.
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