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Issues with One Drive

I run Windows 10, and keep many critical frequently used documents on my Desktop (with regular backups to removable media).  When I just got my new computer (also Windows 10) the "Desktop" that is available seems to be the "Desktop" on OneDrive (which I believe is in the Cloud).  I've never used OneDrive, and don't particularly want my local files in the Cloud (other than as a backup).  Meanwhile, I constantly get a notification that there were Sync issues with OneDrive (see attached image).  What exactly is One Drive?  Do I need it?  

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8/22/2022 - Mon