Disable OneDrive Pop-ups

How to Disable OneDrive Pop-ups in Windows 11,10

Windows 10 comes with strong integration of OneDrive, Microsoft’s own cloud storage service. If you really want to use a cloud storage service and sync your data from Windows 10 to the cloud, OneDrive is one of the best solutions. 

It comes with Windows 10 and is focused on you. So even if you don’t want to use OneDrive or it’s not your preferred cloud storage platform, the service is still there on your system.

Read: How to Fix Onedrive Stuck at Signing in

But it gets annoying, it’s running its app in the background and popping up messages. In this quick guide, we are going to show you, step-by-step processors, and how you can easily turn off the annoying OneDrive pop-up on your Windows 10 computer.

How to Disable OneDrive Pop-ups in Windows 11

To quickly Disable OneDrive pop-ups on your Windows 10 system, we will use one of the built-in functions of the operating system – Startup. So basically what we are going to do is to stop OneDrive from starting automatically when Windows starts.

Step 1: Open Task Manager on your Windows 10 computer. You can do this by clicking on the CTRL + Shift + Esc keys on your keyboard. You can also right-click on the taskbar and select Task Manager from the menu.

Step 2: In the Task Manager window, go to the “Startup” tab.

Step 3: Now find “OneDrive”. When you find it, right-click on it and select “Disable”.

Step 4: Once done, close everything and restart your computer.

Simply. Now you have got rid of the annoying OneDrive-related pop-ups on your computer. Additionally, the OneDrive app will not automatically run in the background when Windows loads.

If you decide to start using OneDrive to sync your data with a cloud storage platform, you can follow the same procedure, and instead of selecting the “Disable” option, select “Activate”. Select Restart to restart the computer and use the service.

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