OneDrive is a cloud storage service that allows users to upload data to the cloud. This feature is built into the Win10 system, but some users do not like this OneDrive, think it will reveal some personal privacy, so I want to uninstall, but because of the built-in system, there is no uninstallation, what should I do? Let's share with you how the Win10 system uninstalls OneDrive.
Win10 System Uninstalls OneDrive Steps:
1. Right-click on the bottom right corner of the desktop and select “Run” (or directly “Win+R”)
2, enter the following code in the pop-up window, and then press Enter to confirm:
%SystemRoot%\\System32\\OneDriveSetup.exe/uninstall 32-bit system use
% SystemRoot% \\ SysWOW64 \\ OneDriveSetup.exe /uninstall 64-bit systems using
3, after the implementation, need to restart your computer to take effect, after the restart, when the search in the start menu & ldquo; The result of OneDrive” is not the application, but the folder indicates that it has been successful, and is there no cloud icon in the lower right corner?
If you just want to temporarily disable OneDrive, in the future when the need arises would like to continue to use, then there is no need to completely uninstall, you can be deactivated by OneDrive settings, as follows: < Br>
Click the OneDrive cloud icon in the notification area in the lower right corner, right click, select Settings, in the pop-up window below, remove “ When I log in to Windows, I will automatically launch OneDrive” Then restart to take effect. When you want to use it, search for OneDrive directly in the Start menu and re-check this option.
These are the uninstall Win10 system of the entire contents OneDrive, interested users can follow the method described in small series, I hope you can help solve the problem.
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