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Uninstall OneDrive on Windows 10
I don’t know for how long the option to uninstall OneDrive using the Settings application been there, but it is available now. I checked both the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview version and the most recent Windows 10 Anniversary Update version, and both displayed a working “uninstall” button in the settings application when you clicked on OneDrive there.
Use Windows-I to open the Settings application on the Windows 10 device.
Navigate to System > Apps & Features.
Type One in the search field at the top, or browse the alphabetically sorted list manually instead to find the OneDrive listing on the page.
Click on the OneDrive entry. The uninstall button should be active (instead of grayed out).
Click on uninstall, and then again on uninstall when the “this app and its related info will be uninstalled” prompt.
This removes the OneDrive application from the Windows 10 device. Please note that it won’t remove a synced OneDrive folder on the device. You can delete the data manually if you don’t require it, or keep it there.