#939 - How Do I Disable OneDrive in Office 365?
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I Don't Want OneDrive!
That's something I hear relatively often. Personally, I use it and love it, but not everyone feels the same way.
Honestly, in my opinion Microsoft has really messed up how they present OneDrive. (This is a family newsletter, or I'd use stronger language.) Bad feature decisions along with the feeling that it gets rammed down your throat leads to a really, really bad user experience.
Particularly when it comes to its relationship to Microsoft Office.
Let's fix that, shall we? How Do I Disable OneDrive in Office 365? will help.
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How Do I Disable OneDrive in Office 365?
It can feel like it's forced on you, but you can change that.
OneDrive can be useful, and it can be annoying. It's on by default, but it's not terribly difficult to decouple or turn off.
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How Do I Disable OneDrive in Office 365?OneDrive can be useful, and it can be annoying. And it's on by default. Fortunately, it's not terribly difficult to decouple or turn off. I'll show you how.
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