Win8.1 closes the two tips of OneDrive sync service


Microsoft's cloud service OneDrive has a good experience abroad, but due to the special network
environment, OneDrive does not have too good use efficiency. Therefore, many users want to turn off the OneDrive synchronization service. The following small series gives two tips for turning off the OneDrive synchronization service under Win8.1.

How to turn off OneDrive sync service:

First, OneDrive system setup

First, use Microsoft account to log in to the current Win8.1 or Win8.1 Update system platform. If it is Win8.1 platform, users need to open SkyDrive application (renamed OneDrive under Win8.1 Update platform). At this time, Microsoft OneDrive has started to automatically generate OneDrive folder locally to synchronize cloud data.

Then, we open the system option under the OneDrive app (just point the mouse to the bottom right corner of the screen and bring up the Charm super menu) to turn off the OneDrive sync file function.

At this time, the Microsoft OneDrive network disk will suspend the synchronization service. If the user wants to completely disable the system's built-in OneDrive web service, then we need to use the local group policy feature.

Second, the local group strategy articles

The operation is as follows:

1, use the key combination Win+R, or right click on the start button, open the run dialog box, enter gpedit. Msc, open the local group policy editor

2, then navigate to computer
configuration" management template "Windows components" SkyDrive directory; Win8.1 Update platform: in turn locate the computer
Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > OneDrive Directory.

3, double-click to open the use of OneDrive (Skydrive) for file storage policy settings, select “ Enabled & rdquo;

4, select OK, take effect.

These two tips can help you easily turn off the WinDrive system OneDrive synchronization service, you can choose a method that is more convenient to operate. Turning off the OneDrive sync service can also reduce the system's load.

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