- Change the startup search to Windows 10.
- Select Start, type Programs into the search box.
- Then choose Add or remove programs from the list of results.
- Find and select Microsoft OneDrive under Apps & features, then Uninstall.
Windows 10 – How To Disable OneDrive and Remove it From File Explorer on Windows 10
The truth is that OneDrive simply copies specific files, photographs, Windows settings, and other items. You can’t back up the operating system with it. And there’s a limit to the free storage space. To put it another way, OneDrive isn’t necessary on your computer.
Right-click on the Taskbar and select Task Manager. Go to the Startup tab in the pop-up window. Then choose Microsoft OneDrive, then Disable. After that, restart your computer, and OneDrive will no longer be included with Windows startup.
Open OneDrive, then go to the folder where you downloaded your files. Select a file or folder and press Delete on the keyboard. This will delete it from your computer. If you want to access it again, go to the Clear Space menu and click Clear Space once more. You can perform the same thing with OneDrive on the taskbar by
If OneDrive is deleted from your computer, the sync folder will be removed as well, but any files or data you have in OneDrive will be accessible if you sign in at OneDrive.com. Select the Start button, type Programs in the search box, and then choose Add or remove programs from the list of results.
Open the settings menu of your OneDrive for Business client. Right-click (Windows) or double finger tap (Mac) the OneDrive icon near the clock to open the context menu. Click Settings option. Go to the Account page and find the folder sync you wish to disable. Select Stop sync from the drop-down menu.