Category : Microsoft

The latest update to Windows 10 has added transparency in terms of data collection by allowing its users to see what type of information and data is being sent to Microsoft for analysis. The new Windows Diagnostic Data Viewer makes it more convenient for users to see what data Microsoft is gathering, although it doesn’t do much in actually helping users completely stop Microsoft’s data collection in the first place.

To stop data collection completely you are going to need an Enterprise edition of Windows 10 which is readily only available if you’re activating it through Microsoft’s volume licensing program which is designed for businesses, not just regular privacy conscious users.

Author: 1 year ago