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Can Google Drive "Quick Access" be Turned Off?

If you don't like using Google Drive "Quick Access" View it may be turned off. Please note this feature is there to help the user who frequently makes edits to files. It is a way to quickly access those files one may want to make additional edits to. The following steps show you how to "Turn Off" Quick Access.

  1. Open Google Drive
  2. Click Settings (cog wheel)
  3. Select Settings
  4. Scroll to "Quick Access" Section
  5. Click to Uncheck "Make relevant files handy when you need them"
  6. Click Blue DONE Button
  7. Refresh Browser


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