OneDrive is a Microsoft cloud storage app, In previous days the app was named SkyDrive. And now It comes preinstalled in Windows 10 and shows as a default to active OneDrive just enter the Microsoft account. If you don’t want to run OneDrive on your desktop and there are so many ways to skip the service, whether you want remove or uninstall completely in Windows 10.
Microsoft Technet explain you how to delete OneDrive from File Explorer on Side panel with registry code, If you follow these you can’t uninstall completely OneDrive and you can find so other section in Windows 10. However, Microsoft doesn’t give a detailed easily to remove the OneDrive, following the article you can disable or uninstall manually from Windows 10.
Disconnecting the OneDrive will secure it or remove it from File Explorer, and if you want back those programs you can easily reconnect. Before you start this program to meet successful you want to know about the Windows packs If your Windows has Home user don’t have rights to access group policy editor, so they need to hire this service. But if your system runs in Pro Windows 10 you can easily open the Group Policy Editor and enter (gpedit.msc in to search the web and windows box) and move into Computer Policy->Computer Configuration->Administrative Templates->Components->OneDrive. On the right pane with cursor click twice on Prevent the usage of OneDrive for file Storage and Enabled it.
If you want uninstall entirely OneDrive then Check it below the registry file:
It can possible that you can uninstall manually OneDrive in Windows 10 using with few steps. To Start the progress Open Administrator Command Prompt: All you have to give right click on Windows icon you can find Two options are there Command Prompt and (Admin) choose Command Prompt (Admin).
To terminate the OneDrive connection Type:
[taskkill / f / im OneDrive.exe]
and give enter.
If your Windows support 32-bit Windows here you have to follow the registry
[%SystemRoot%\System32\OneDriveSetup.exe / uninstall]
64-bit Windows 10 users
[%SystemRoot %\SysWOW64\OneDriveSetup.exe / uninstall]
Hit the enter button. That’s it.
Through this journey you can’t access again OneDrive anymore. But the OneDrive folders and files still it will be available. Whether you don’t want to delete any files and folder completely from Windows 10 just follow the Tech Journey to get additional information about folders and files. That’s it.
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