Windows 10: Win 10 Home default storage locations
Win 10 Home default storage locations
I started using a new PC with Win10 Home installed. After a couple of days, I received a message saying my OneDrive space was almost full. When I looked into this I found the default location for my photos is a OneDrive folder. This was set automatically. When I try to change the default location to my C drive selection from the drop down menu is not accepted and the OneDrive option is selected.
How can I stop OneDrive being used?
Is this behavior specific to the Home edition of Win10?
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