How you can Disable One Drive Pop Ups in Window 10?

Sometimes, users faces problems with OneDrive pop up and if they want to disable pop ups then they should read the below article. And for help, they should navigate to the MS Office official site via

Ways To Disable OneDrive Pop Ups in Window 10:

1. Stop OneDrive from Starting with System:

In case, you are not using OneDrive application and facing problem with pop-ups, so in order to stop this, you can stop startup. When you will stop OneDrive process, then it will not start with system and you can easily use Windows without any interference. For this, you need to right-hit on the taskbar and just open Task Manager. After this, you should open Startup tab. Now, you should right-click on OneDrive and then hit on Disable option in the pop-up menu. At last, you should close the Task Manager and then restart the PC.

2. Hide OneDrive:

You should first right-click on OneDrive icon in the Notification area. After this, you should open Settings and then uncheck all boxes which are under General. Now, you need to open the Backup tab. Here, you should ensure Photos and videos and Screenshot options are un-checked. At this point, you should open Account tab and then tap on Choose folders. Then, under Sync your OneDrive files to this PC, you need to uncheck all boxes and tap on OK option to confirm. Then, you should again right-tap on OneDrive icon in the Notification area and then open Settings. Now, you should open the Account tab and then hit on Unlink this PC. Next, you will be asked to Welcome to OneDrive box and then close it. After this, you should open File Explorer and then right-click on OneDrive. Here, open Properties and in the General tab, you need to check Hidden box. At last, you should tap on Apply and OK button.

3. Completely Disable OneDrive:

The user should press Windows key + R altogether to open a Run dialog box. Now, in the Run command line you need to type gpedit.msc and then tap on Enter key. After this, you should visit to OneDrive in the by following this path:¤Local Computer Policy and then hit on Computer Configuration, tap on Administrative Templates, click on Windows Components and then go to OneDrive. Here, in OneDrive screen you should open Settings. At this point, you should open Prevent the usage of OneDrive for file storage. Just under Prevent the usage of OneDrive for file storage, you should tap on Enabled. At the end, you should confirm with OK button and then close the window.

4. Reset OneDrive:

In Windows Search, you need to type Windows Power Shell and then right-click on the first result and then select Run as Administrator. Now in the command line, you should type the command and then hit on Enter:

Stop-Process -processname “OneDrive” -ErrorAction SilentlyContinueStart-Process “$env:LOCALAPPDATAMicrosoftOneDriveOneDrive.exe” /reset -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue

When OneDrive procedure is stopped, go to the next command.

Remove-Item -Path “HKCU:SoftwareMicrosoftOneDrive” -Force -RecurseRemove-Item -Path “$env:LOCALAPPDATAMicrosoftOneDrive” -Force –Recurse

At this point, command deleted registry entries and then Enter the next command.

Move-Item -Path “$env:ONEDRIVE” -Destination “$env:ONEDRIVE Backup”

At last, reset with last command.

try {Start-Process “$env:SYSTEMROOTSystem32OneDriveSetup.exe”} catch {Start-Process “$env:SYSTEMROOTSysWOW64OneDriveSetup.exe”}

At last, you will view new installation procedure will begin and then you should log in with your Microsoft Account.

For more assistance, the user should go to the MS Office via