Nice tip Travis!
Windows 10 . . . So
Posted September 14, 2015 - 08:14 PM
- Trav1s said thank you
Posted November 04, 2015 - 11:06 AM
Not so fast. It now appears that their is no way for the home user to opt out of M$ collecting data on you.
But given Windows 10 is better than Windows 7 and Windows 8, why would that be a problem? Because of policies like this… Speaking to PC World, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Joe Belfiore explained that Windows 10 is constantly tracking how it operates and how you are using it and sending that information back to Microsoft by default.
More importantly he also confirmed that, despite offering some options to turn elements of tracking off, core data collection simply cannot be stopped: “In the cases where we’ve not provided options, we feel that those things have to do with the health of the system,” he said.
You can read the whole article here.