Microsoft One Drive is not your friend. Once activated, It will hijack all your documents and pictures and music. When it runs out of the free 5g space, it will limit your ability to view your files. It is very hard to restrain or disable. I have done a "restart" to windows 10 so I could disable it on the first login. Use "Task Manager" to disable One Drive on first setup of Windows 10. You can always activate it later if you wish… NOT!
Google Drive is much friendlier.and it will not affect how Windows works.