Windows 10: Gosh - One drive has taken over. I just want to save to my computer

  1.    10 Feb 2018 #1

    Gosh - One drive has taken over. I just want to save to my computer


    I can go into word and save to my PC not onedrive
    But when I scan and go to save it keeps wanting to save to the onedrive
    I have tried to delete onedrive - then all my programs on the desktop go away.
    Bring it back.
    Tried to copy from onedrive to desktop folder but it says it is there
    I can scan but if I want to view it it saves to one drive and opens in Microsoft edge
    why and how do I get rid of it.
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  3.    10 Feb 2018 #3

    I tried that before I I think I unlinked it. Seems I have a onedrive at school and one at home, yet it keeps coming up business onedrive. This is what I am seeing in the files folder
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    I just want to get rid of onedrive, but when I do my who desktop goes away.
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