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It lets you know if the uploads were successful, failed, or were uninterrupted for any reason. One of the biggest benefits is that it allows you to create backups for your documents easily and securely. Select the Processes tab and search for MSOSYNC. EXE to highlight it and then press Delete to stop it from running. EXE and do the same thing. Hover your cursor over the Office Upload Center icon and right-click.

Choose Settings in the popup menu. Locate the Office Upload Center and click Settings on the toolbar. In the new menu box for the Microsoft Office Upload Center Settings, go to Display Options. Locate Display icon in notification area option and uncheck that box. Click OK to save the changes and exit the menu. Close the Office Upload Center window by clicking the X in the upper-right corner.

Disabling the Office Upload Center from your notifications doesn’t mean you can’t access it. Use the Start menu to navigate back to it. Lifewire is part of the Dotdash publishing family. M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zm.

Super User is a question and answer site for computer enthusiasts and power users. With Microsoft Office 2013 and 2016, Microsoft Office Upload Center runs automatically and shows up in the system tray. I don’t use it and want stop it from running. How can I remove that program completely?

You can’t remove it completely you can just simply configure it not to start when your computer is rebooted. It’s not in the startup folder. But I think it always starts when I launch Microsoft Word, Excel or Outlook. And you can’t close it down?

What is wrong with you Microsoft? You can’t disable it and if you remove it from start up it still loads up anyway. All you can do is open task manager and end the process for MSOSYNC. EXE, pretty lame I know, but there’s no way of disabling it and this info is coming from the office365 forum! You can disable the Microsoft Office Upload Center easily in the registry- but this is the only way. Microsoft went out of their way to stop people from doing this in the GUI, and even MSCONFIG won’t work.