By Woody Leonhard

If you’re looking for the OneDrive feature called “Fetch,” you’re completely out of luck. Windows 7 and 8 — but not 8.1 — opened up the PC, so you could get into it over the web using the right credentials in OneDrive. That doesn’t happen anymore with Windows 10, and it won’t happen in the future. Microsoft killed Fetch in Windows 8.1, and it isn’t coming back.

Instead of using Fetch, you’ll have to settle for a competing, and far more secure, tool like Microsoft Remote Desktop (look in the Windows Store), TeamViewer or LogMeIn.

If you’re disappointed by OneDrive, you aren’t alone. Microsoft decided, for better or worse, to ship Windows 10 with OneDrive not even quarter-baked, figuring that advanced users would use the web and less-advanced users might not even notice.

Microsoft laid out the roadmap shown here, in May 2015. Remains to be seen if they’ll hit any or all of their goals.

The future of OneDrive, as promised by Microsoft in May 2015.

The future of OneDrive, as promised by Microsoft in May 2015.