Windows 10 has a whole host of privacy settings that users have no idea how to turn off.
It’s not as simple as ‘Keep EVERYTHING private‘ as some aspects you probably want to share with Microsoft. For instance, sending crash reports allows Microsoft to improve their service, as well as allowing the user to look into what problem is occurring on their machine.
We’ve written in the past about how to keep your data private on social media, and how to protect your digital footprint, but there doesn’t seem to be much on how to keep your data protected from your operating system. After some digging around, we’ve found a lot of data sharing can be limited within the Settings area of Windows 10.
Therefore, we’ve whipped up an infographic to simply explain what you can control and restrict when it comes to privacy: