May will soon be easier to understand what data exactly Microsoft of you collect in Windows 10. This is evident from a new test version of the operating system.
In a new Insider Build are new options added to the privacy settings of Windows 10, writes the site ZDNet. What they do exactly, is not clear yet. The buttons work yet, but the accompanying texts suggest an idea.
The button Diagnostic data viewer seems to point to a function where you can see which diagnostic data are collected. With the button below (Delete diagnostic data) can you get this information from your system.
Basic and Fully
At the end of last year, tapped the Authority’s Personal data, Microsoft on the fingers, because it is not clear enough what the company is doing to your tracks. The collection of diagnostic data is not to turn off, users have only the choice of the levels of the Basis and Completely.
Microsoft recently published yet a list, with clearly explained which data. The page in question is just so full of technical terms, that for the average Windows 10-user not to follow. Might bring the new privacy options there was a change in. It is possible that they will soon be part of the next big Windows 10 update this year.