Windows 10: OneDrive is destroying my new Windows10 Home 64bit system

Discus and support OneDrive is destroying my new Windows10 Home 64bit system in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; Today, I walked away from my computer for a rest. 4 hours later I'm back (didn't turn off) and my system is a mess. I have 21 'new' entries on my... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by stevecramer2, Apr 16, 2019 at 4:37 AM.

  1. OneDrive is destroying my new Windows10 Home 64bit system


    Today, I walked away from my computer for a rest. 4 hours later I'm back (didn't turn off) and my system is a mess. I have 21 'new' entries on my desktop.


    Among them are: dup's of software short-cuts, Double links to on-line games, double links to music folders (with actual music in them) on my hard-drive BUT the mp3's are NOT the same and many are not even currently on my hard-drive at all.


    The OneDrive system is all default settings as I never address it at all during system setup about a month ago.


    Can I just delete all 21 new links and folders on my desktop and be done with it?


    Will I need to delete the whole mess and reinstall windows as Microsoft often suggests to fix most any issue with Windows10?


    Somewhere it stated, I have nearly 2gb of data on OneDrive (oh my lord!) How to stop this and remove what is there now?


    Stephen/Marlene

    :)
     
    stevecramer2, Apr 16, 2019 at 4:37 AM
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  2. Windows 10 - OneDrive

    Right click on the app and one of the properties has an option to not automatically start it. Uncheck, restart the computer, and it should stop. If you want to go another step further, find the OneDrive app in the start menu, right click on it and uninstall.

    If that is still insufficient, there is a batch uninstaller for OneDrive available online. I can copy the code here if you need it.
     
    FordGT90Concept, Apr 16, 2019 at 4:43 AM
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  3. if i reserve windows10 on a 32bit windows7 system, then is it possible to upgrade in windows10 64bit

    if i reserve windows10 on a 32bit windows7 system, then is it possible to upgrade in windows10 64bit?
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  4. OneDrive is destroying my new Windows10 Home 64bit system

    Windows7 Pro 64bit Drivers are not working in Windows10 Pro 64bit

    I have upgraded to Win7 to Win10 Pro 64bit,have not ever used Windows8.

    So the drivers used in Win7 are not inalling in Win10.

    In compatibility mode there are only 2 OS ,Win7 and Win8.

    But windows10 is not listed.

    What to do,if you say in details,plzz..........
     
    KousikGhosh Jadab, Apr 16, 2019 at 4:43 AM
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