Microsoft reveals new privacy and update settings for Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft has revealed the update and privacy settings that users can choose from when they install the Windows 10 Creators Update. Users can decide in more detail than before on what they share with the software giant and when the update has to take place.

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Bull. We all know how awful Microsoft is at listening to their users’ feedback. If Microsoft really cared about their users, they would at least make data collection opt-in instead of opt-out. However, knowing Microsoft, chances are the data isn’t 100% opt-out: I’m sure there’s still some data being collected, whether Microsoft tells you or not. (OK, they probably have fine print buried deep in their EULA and/or privacy agreement, but that’s not exactly being up-front.)