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But, Microsoft’s cloud storage client can sometimes cause a lot of trouble for users. Hi, hope someone could help me. The only thing I can think of that I might have done is I did download some updates from Windows Update today. This indeed is a strange issue, that doesn’t happen quite too often, but if it happens to you, it’s very annoying. So, we gathered a few possible solutions for this problem, and we hope at least one of them will be helpful to you. However, you can fix that problem simply by installing the missing Windows Updates. This can be a problem, but you might be able to fix it simply by changing your registry.

Sign in with a local account instead. Enter your Microsoft account credentials to confirm that you’re authorized to make the change, and then click Next. On the Switch To A Local Account page, enter your new local user name and password, you can also add a password. Click Next to sign out from the Microsoft account and sign back in using your new local account. Now press Enter or click OK. In Find what field enter onedrive and make sure to check all Look at options.

According to users, there might be about 20 entries on your PC, so this process can take a while. If you want to do this faster, you can do it using the uninstaller software. In case you’re not familiar, these tools are specially designed to uninstall any application from your PC. In addition to uninstalling the application, these tools will also remove all files and registry entries associated with the aforementioned application. As you can see, these tools are much better solution than removing the registry entries on your own. Once again we have to mention that this solution works for Windows 8. 1 and 7, and if you’re using Windows 10, this solution won’t work for you.

Windows already installs the missing updates automatically, but sometimes you might miss an update or two. I to open the Settings app. Now click on Check for updates button. Windows will now check for available updates. If any updates are available, they will be downloaded automatically in the background. Once you download the updates, your PC will install them when you restart it.

After you install the updates, check if the problem still persists. If you don’t have this key in your registry, you need to create it manually. Now change the Value data to 0 and click OK to save changes. However, you can always manually disable these policies. When the properties window opens, set the policy to Not Configured and click Apply and OK to save changes. Press Enter or click OK to proceed.

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A laptop docking station literally organizes your life. Some are rational, others may appear irrational to others. I am not sure where this registry trick falls into, but shortcut arrows on the desktop drive me crazy. There is just something about making an otherwise nice desktop icon busier with those arrow overlays.

This easy step by step guide shows you how to get rid of them! In case you do not know what I am referring to let me explain. Since the days of Windows 95 whenever you placed a shortcut on the desktop for app or document, an arrow is placed on the lower corner of the icon. I think it makes less sense for apps. Also since the days of Windows 95 there have been third-party apps to get rid of these arrows. Due to security reasons, we are not posting or linking some home-made . Instead, we are going to show you how to do it the nitty gritty way through the registry.