Previously, I wrote how to uninstall OneDrive in Windows 10 if you don't need it. But this ability to uninstall the app was buried in system directories. You needed to use the command line to remove it. With recent builds, Microsoft has changed the situation and made it possible to remove the app easily.
OneDrive in Windows 10 is not very useful for those who prefer some third-party solution for cloud storage and synchronization purposes. Some users may not be using any cloud storage at all, but OneDrive is still bundled with Windows 10 and installed by default. In a previous blog article, I wrote already how you can disable OneDrive and how you can get rid of its icon from the left pane of File Explorer. In this article, we will see how it is possible to uninstall it completely.