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Microsoft now insisting Windows 10 users make data privacy choices

Microsoft has caught a lot of flak for their data collection practices in Windows 10 and when Windows 10 users upgraded to the Creators Update last Fall they were confronted with a new settings screen where they needed to make choices about how their data was being collected and managed. Not all Windows 10 users […] Read More: Microsoft now insisting Windows 10 users make data privacy ch
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