Just one a year after Microsoft offered fans unlimited OneDrive cloud storage it's going back on the deal in a shock u-turn.
Apparently the US tech firm is complaining that too many users were taking advantage of the unlimited space offer.
Many tech savvy users appear to have been enjoying the all-you-can-eat storage using it to dump entire endless movies, videos, and even entire PC backups.
Now, in a move that's angered millions of users, Microsoft has introduced a new limit of 1TB on OneDrive storage.
And that's not all as the Redmond company has also reduce its free OneDrive storage from 15 GB to meagre 5 GB, and removed its 100 GB and 200 GB plans, to be replaced by a new 50 GB plan.
Many OneDrive users have now taken to Twitter to vent their anger.
One disgruntled fan said: "Please stop this @onedrive madness. 5GB? Revoking free storage from camera roll backup? I'm leaving for google drive"
Whilst another tweeted "This is a joke, right? --- Microsoft downgrades free OneDrive storage to 5GB"
Luckily, it's not all bad news as Office 365 subscribers with more than 1TB of files currently stored on OneDrive get a year to find somewhere else to store them.
And users who signed up for a OneDrive account to get free 15 GB of storage will be given 12 months at the higher limit, while those who signed up for the 100 GB and 200 GB plans before they were binned will get to keep their existing deals