If your OneDrive seems to be constantly running at a higher than expected CPU (anything above 10%), then this fix may help. It worked for me. CPU settled down after a while.
To see what’s eating your CPU, press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC. On the ‘Process’ tab sort the ‘CPU’ column to show the largest number at the top. If you see OneDrive up at the top most of the time, then it probably needs this reset. It should be pretty much on 0% once all is synced.
All your account settings and files will remain in tact. Make sure you have installed the latest version too ( https://onedrive.live.com/about/en-us/download/ ).
- Press the Windows key + R to open the Run Window.
- In the Run Window enter the following:
- Click OK. The OneDrive system tray icon on the desktop should disappear and re-appear after a minute or two.
- If the OneDrive system tray icon does not re-appear after a few minutes, do the following. In the Run Window Enter: