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Take control of your privacy in Windows 10

     
12:38 pm on Sep 19, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Take control of your privacy in Windows 10 [zdnet.com]

Where do you draw the line on personal privacy? The right options are different for everyone. In this guide, I show you which privacy settings help you create the right balance of privacy and convenience in Windows 10.


An article by Ed Bott that goes over some of the basic privacy settings that you may want to check in your Windows 10 installation.
4:33 pm on Sept 19, 2016 (gmt 0)

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There's some great tips in that and well worth reading. The OneDrive shutdown is a helpful option, and the wife has already, and not obviously knowingly, saved files there. Yikes!
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I found that OneDrive integration a bit insidious. It also wasn't very intuitive for average users to even notice. Not everyone knows what it is. That just became the new default.

Perhaps this explains why they gutted the unlimited storage offerings for OneDrive. They had to deal with the influx of the average users' data...