Windows 10 Privacy

Windows 10 and “privacy commitment”

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On January 10, Terry Myerson revealed an issue with the privacy that Windows 10 has had all this time.
Finally, he admitted that there was no user control over data collected and stored by Windows 10. The good news though is that there is a solution now and it gives you some flexibility on what and how to store it. They started with a web-based privacy dashboard. You can see there and control your activity data including location, search, browsing, and Cortana Notebook data. Current users of Windows 10 will receive a notification where you have to confirm the privacy settings and for all new users there will be new procedure over the installation process. More good news is the simplification of diagnostic data collection to Basic and Full, although you can’t chose None option. Finally, the Basic level is promised to collect only data which is vital to the operation of Windows.
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