In the Local Group Policy editor’s left pane, drill down to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > OneDrive. Double-click the “Prevent the usage of OneDrive for file storage” policy setting in the right pane, set it to “Enabled,” and click “OK.” This completely disables access to OneDrive.How do you uninstall OneDrive on Windows?
Head to either Control Panel > Programs > Uninstall a Program or Settings > Apps > Apps & features. You’ll see a “Microsoft OneDrive” program appear in the list of installed software. Click it and click the “Uninstall” button. Windows will immediately uninstall OneDrive, and the OneDrive icon will disappear from the notification area.How do you stop OneDrive from launching at startup?
To disable at startup, do the following: First of all, click on the OneDrive symbol on the right and then go to the cogwheel and choose settings. Then go to the Settings tab and uncheck Automatically start OneDrive when I sign in to Windows. Then you can also unlink your account.How do I quit the OneDrive app?
To quit the OneDrive app, click the app icon in your system tray and select the Gear icon at the top-right corner. Then, in the open menu, select “Quit OneDrive.” You’ll get a prompt asking if you really want to quit OneDrive. Select “Close OneDrive.” And you’re all set. OneDrive will no longer sync your files or bother you with notifications.