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Turn off, disable, or uninstall OneDrive - Microsoft Support
If you want to stop syncing a file, read How to stop or cancel sync in OneDrive. If you want to remove a OneDrive folder from your computer, follow the steps in Choose which OneDrive folders to sync to your computer. If you want to cancel your OneDrive subscription, see How to cancel your Microsoft subscription.
Applies To: OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, SharePoint Server 2019, SharePoint in Microsoft 365, Office for business, Microsoft 365 admin, OneDrive (work or school), OneDrive (home or personal), OneDrive (work or school) operated by 21Vianet, OneDrive for Mac, OneDrive for Windows, SharePoint admin center, SharePoint in Microsoft 365 Small Business, SharePoint operated by 21Vianet
Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system ...
To repair the corrupted files manually, view details of the System File Checker process to find the corrupted file, and then manually replace the corrupted file with a known good copy of the file. Windows 8.1 or Windows 8. Windows 10, Windows 7, or Windows Vista. More Information.
About Windows backup and sync settings - Microsoft Support
Open Windows backup settings. The following items can be backed up: OneDrive folder syncing. Turn on OneDrive folder syncing to start backing up your files and folders right from Settings. This setting is not available for work or school accounts. Remember my apps.
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard
OneDrive sync app doesn't finish installing, or setup runs every time ...
This issue occurs when you try to install the OneDrive sync app on a computer that uses one of the following profile types: The OneDrive sync app isn't supported in any configuration that doesn't let the user account write to the OneDrive for work or school application directories.
Applies To: SharePoint in Microsoft 365, OneDrive (work or school), OneDrive for Windows
File sharing over a network in Windows - Microsoft Support
Windows 11 Windows 10. Note: This article focuses on how to share files or folders over a Local Area Network (or LAN), such as connected computers within your home or workplace. If you are trying to find out how to share a file over the Internet, for example with a friend or family member, OneDrive provides easy ways to accomplish this.
Sync files with OneDrive in Windows - Microsoft Support
You can work with your synced files directly in File Explorer and access your files even when you’re offline. Whenever you’re online, any changes that you or others make will sync automatically. This article describes how to download the OneDrive sync app and sign in with your personal account, or work or school account, to get started syncing.
Applies To: OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, SharePoint Server 2019, SharePoint in Microsoft 365, Office for business, Microsoft 365 admin, Office 365 operated by 21Vianet, Office 365 operated by 21Vianet - Admin, OneDrive (work or school), OneDrive (home or personal), OneDrive (work or school) operated by 21Vianet, OneDrive for Windows, SharePoint admin center, SharePoint in Microsoft 365 Small Business, SharePoint operated by 21Vianet
Sync OneDrive files and folders - Microsoft Support
Select Start, type OneDrive, and then select the OneDrive app. Sign in to OneDrive with the account you want to sync and finish setting up. Your OneDrive files will start syncing to your computer. Work with your files in your file system. Once you're synced, you’ll see your files in File Explorer.
Applies To: OneDrive (home or personal), OneDrive for Mac, OneDrive for Windows
Move your files to a new Windows PC - Microsoft Support
Windows 11 Windows 10. If you're making the move to a new PC, you don't have to leave behind your photos, videos, files, and folders. You can bring them all with you to your new PC using one of the following options. We recommend using OneDrive to quickly save your files in the cloud.
Troubleshooter for repairing Windows Update system files and settings
Troubleshooter for repairing Windows Update system files and settings - Microsoft Support. This article describes the problem addressed by the troubleshooter, what it does to mitigate them, and the conditions that can cause it to run. For more information about troubleshooting, see Keep your device running smoothly with recommended troubleshooting.
Recover lost files on Windows 10 - Microsoft Support
Use this app to try to recover lost files that have been deleted from your local storage device (including internal drives, external drives, and USB devices) and can’t be restored from the Recycle Bin.