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How To Disable Onedrive Windows 10? Effective Solutions

OneDrive can easily be called the Microsoft cloud computing solution. In the newer versions of Windows, OneDrive is built into the system and has been created in the directory corresponding to the OneDrive account that the Microsoft account registered in the email. Regardless of the usefulness of this feature, sometimes you want this application to be removed from your computer. The process of uninstallation depends on the Windows version, that you want to install on your computer. Go through this article, you will find “how to disable OneDrive Windows 10?”

 

Some Effective Methods To Disable Onedrive And Remove It From File Explorer On Windows 10   

If you are seeking “how to disable onedrive and remove it from file explorer on Windows 10?” you do not need to look any further. This is because this article would be helping you as the best possible guideline. Hence check below to go through the steps:

Method 1 – By using the Device Manager

The people who use the Windows 10 system, can easily delete the OneDrive without entering registrar or group rules. By using the Device Manager, you can easily disable the OneDrive and also remove it on Windows 10.

Step 1

 

At first, you need to press the Windows key and R key to open the Run box, type ‘appwiz.cpl’ and then press the Enter key or click on the OK option.

Step 2

 

In the program’s window, you will see the all the applications which are installed on your system. Find the OneDrive and then, right click on it to open the list and tap the Uninstall option.

 

Step 3

 

Once the application is uninstalled, restart your system. After restarting the computer, you can see the OneDrive application will not show on your system.

Method 2 – By Using The Registry Editor

 

If you want to remove that folder from the file explorer, then you can try below the mentioned steps:

 

Step 1

 

First, you have to press the Windows key + R key to open the Run box, type ‘regedit’ and then press the Enter key or click on the OK option.

 

Step 2

 

When the Registry Editor window opens, you will locate to the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{018D5C66-4533-4307-9B53-224DE2ED1FE6} and click on it.

 

Step 3

 

After clicking that, you can see Edit DWORD value small window open. To edit the value data, double-click on the key System.IsPinnedToNameSpaceTree. Now, set the value 0 and then press the OK option to change the settings.

 

Once you have done, reboot your system. After completing the reboot, you can see the OneDrive application does not show on the file explorer.

 

Method 2 – By Using The Group Policy Editor   

 

This is an easier method to disable the OneDrive on your Windows 10 system. Below we have discussed some steps under the same:

 

Step 1

 

You need to press together Windows key + R key to launch the Run box. Type ‘gpedit.msc’ in the run box and then click on the OK option or hit the Enter key on your keyboard.

Step 2

When the local group policy editor window opens, click on the Computer Configuration, then click on the Administrative Templates and then click on the Windows Components.

 

Step 3

 

Once the Windows Components opens, click on the OneDrive folder.

 

Step 4

 

In the OneDrive section, you will find the Prevent the Usage of OneDrive for file storage and double-click on it.

Step 5

 

Click on the Disabled option and then press the OK option to change the settings.

Now, the OneDrive application is disabled on your system and also do not show in the File Explorer.

In the End

 

You can follow the above-mentioned methods with the steps to resolve your queries regarding “how to disable OneDrive Windows 10?” We hope above these three methods will help you to fix the issue that you have encountered. If you have any problem to do that, you can comment us in the below comment section.

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