How to Uninstall OneDrive and Reinstall it on Windows 10/8.1

If you don't need OneDrive or your face problems with it, then read the below instructions to completely uninstall OneDrive from your system. Also you 'll learn how to reinstall OneDrive on your system, in case that you need it on the future. 

Uninstall OneDrive

The OneDrive app helps you to save your documents, photos or other stuff on the cloud (Microsoft OneDrive), in order to access them from any device. But, if you're already use Dropbox or Google Drive for that job, then OneDrive is not needed.

This tutorial contains instructions to uninstall or to reinstall OneDrive.

How to Completely Remove OneDrive on Windows 10, 8/8.1 or 7.

To completely remove OneDrive from Windows, you can use one of the following methods:

Method 1. Uninstall Microsoft OneDrive using a command.

1. Press the Windows image + R keys to open the "RUN" command window.
2. Type the mentioned below OneDrive uninstall command, according your Windows version:

    • If you 're using Windows 32bit type this command:
          • C:\Windows\System32\OneDriveSetup.exe /uninstall

Uninstall OneDrive 32bit

 

    • If you 're using Windows 64bit type this command:
          • C:\Windows\SysWOW64\OneDriveSetup.exe /uninstall

Uninstall OneDrive 64bit

 

3. That it! Now proceed and remove OneDrive from Explorer's navigation pane.

Method 2. Uninstall Microsoft OneDrive from Control Panel.

1. Open Add/Remove Programs (Programs and features) from Control Panel.
2. Select the OneDrive application and click Uninstall.

completely removel OneDrive

 

3. That it! Proceed and remove OneDrive from Explorer's navigation pane.

 

How to Install OneDrive on Windows 10, 8/8.1 or 7.

1. Press the Windows image + R keys to open the "RUN" command window.
2. Type the mentioned below OneDrive setup command, according your Windows version:

    • If you 're using Windows 32bit type this command:
          • C:\Windows\System32\OneDriveSetup.exe

install onedrive

 

    • If you 're using Windows 64bit type this command:
          • C:\Windows\SysWOW64\OneDriveSetup.exe

onedrive setup

 

That's it! If you have problems installing OneDrive using the above instructions, you can download OneDrive directly from Microsoft.

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