OneDrive on Win 10

How can I stop everything I download like music and pictures, and downloaded files from going to the One Drive I just want them to go to my Documents and Download Files

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Clarification Request
Change the download location?
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Well it depends on what program you are

using to download. The default for Edge to the download folder or library. I would google how to change the download location in Chrome (or whatever your using to DL).

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Don't use a Microsoft account to login, but a local account. Local accounts aren't linked to Onedrive by default (because it doesn't know how to login).


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