Posted by Martin Zinaich on December 21, 2017.
In the past, I have criticized Microsoft for the privacy invasive defaults of Win10. I failed to mention a feature that sheds a bit of light on what they collect. Beyond changing many of the settings using tools (which I highlighted here), you can actually review and delete some of the metadata being collected. If you are not already aware of this feature… read on.
The Microsoft Privacy Dashboard provides a small view inside some of the information collected about your online and offline habits. Head over to:
Login with your Microsoft account and view such items as:
If you have left all the Win10 privacy settings at default, you are probably in for a surprise. However, I have to compliment Microsoft for making such a portal available.Submitted in: Expert Views, Martin Zinaich |