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    Controlling OneDrive online

    Some time back I had a question about OneDrive, and I was shown how to log onto OneDrive online and delete old, empty, or nonexistent PC's.

    I just went and "cleaned house" again. How can I keep that buildup from happening in the first place? Do i need to log off every time I shut down my pc? Isn't there some type of auto logoff?
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    Perhaps OneDrive video training from Microsoft will answer those questions(?). Hope that helps.
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    I'll take a look. Thanks.
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