Among the upgrades in the Windows 10 Creators Update are changes to how you manage and control your privacy.
When you fire up the Creators Update, Windows presents a screen where you can enable or disable various privacy settings, which you can change or manage at any time. Here's how.
First, let's assume you're updating Windows 10 to the Creators Update. At one point during the setup process, you'll see a screen that presents privacy options for the following features: Location, Diagnostics, Relevant Ads, Speech Recognition, and Tailored experiences with diagnostic data.
By default, each setting is enabled, though you can disable any of them. To learn more about each setting and how to configure it, click on the "Learn more" button. After you've configured each setting, click on the Accept button to continue and finish the setup of the Creators Update.
After the Creators Update has been installed, you'll find some changes in the Privacy settings screen. Click on the Start button > Settings > Privacy. Make sure the General category is selected.
Here, Microsoft pared down the number of settings, moving some into other areas. The three settings are: 1) Let apps use advertising ID to make ads more interesting to you based on your app usage; 2) Let websites provide locally relevant content by accessing my language list; and 3) Let Windows track app launches to improve Start and search results.
Also, make sure you click on the link to "Manage my info that's stored in the cloud" to control the advertising served up by Microsoft websites and apps.Read More...
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