Privacy is very important for everyone in real life and virtual world. If you are more concerned about personal privacy and data collection, then just on the line of Windows 10 Creators Update to provide consumers with a more subtle privacy controls, specifically what are they? Let's take a look.
Windows 10 anniversary update settings:
August 2, 2016 Windows 10 anniversary update on the line, compared to the update in November to bring users a more personalized customization options. First of all, in the annual update settings can be set, if you are more anxious to enter the desktop, then you can choose to use the Express settings, essentially allowing you to choose the default settings.
To be honest, the default setting is to select all the options, and the first category is privacy
Next, set up information about the connection and diagnostic data, which is to choose whether the state of the data will be related to the data sent to Microsoft.
Once the installation is complete, the next thing you need to do is to adjust the settings to the options. As you might expect, most settings can be turned off completely, but some of them are not working properly.
Windows 10 Creators Update is a major version of the update Windows 10, then in terms of privacy to listen to the views of users? Let's take a look
Although the version was officially launched in April 11th, users have been able to manually install it in April 5th. The entire upgrade process is very smooth, a new set of privacy related experience, such as a commitment made a year ago:
As shown in the above picture, when the settings are closed, the user will get a brief but very useful description of how some of the features of the system will be affected by closing the options.
However, compared to the previous version is different, Creators Update completely removed the Express settings Icon, not only that, these new privacy settings page can not be skipped.
As we mentioned above, the Task and application diagnostic areas are as follows:
You don't need this feature unless the data on the device is important (medical documents, legal documents) require special care. Windows system built-in BitLocker function can enhance the hard disk or SSD security, to ensure the safety of local privacy.