Quote: Originally Posted by whs
Now Kari is going to tell me that there are all kinds of settings you can make to avoid that syncing. But I am already sufficiently busy with the basic maintenance of 12 systems. I don't need any extra chores.
You were wrong Wolfgang, I am not going to tell you about the settings because you are right; it really is so incredibly complicated to change the sync settings that most users couldn't do it. It would need a several pages long tutorial with screenshots and videos to show how to change the sync settings in Windows 10. The sync section in PC Settings really could not be more complicated. I can understand you very well, who on earth could manage this:
Quote: Originally Posted by Dude
Sync setting for One Drive are not very much more maintenance in my opinion.
OneDrive has to be set up in order to sync anything. When set up, it by default syncs nothing so that's one thing Wolfgang should not be worried about
: OneDrive only syncs the data you tell it to sync, only when you tell it to sync. Really, by default nothing is synced.