Microsoft is ending its unlimited OneDrive cloud storage plan and will put a cap of 1TB on storage for Office 365 consumers.The company said its earlier unlimited storage offer had been misused by a few users of its Office 365 Home, Personal or University application, who backed up “numerous PCs and stored entire movie collections and DVR recordings,” amounting at times to 75TB per user or 14,000 times the average, the OneDrive Team said in a blog post late Monday.

“Instead of focusing on extreme backup scenarios, we want to remain focused on delivering high-value productivity and collaboration experiences that benefit the majority of OneDrive users,” according to the blog post.

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