Microsoft posted a blog post today about Windows 10’s data collection and privacy, and Ars Technica’s Peter Bright dissected it.
The second category is personalization data, the things Windows – and especially Cortana – knows regarding what your handwriting looks like, what your voice sounds like, which sports teams you follow, and so on. Nothing is changing here. Microsoft says that users are in control, but our own testing suggests that the situation is murkier. Even when set to use the most private settings, there is unexpected communication between Windows 10 and Microsoft. We continue to advocate settings that are both clearer and stricter in their effect.
Microsoft’s got a trust problem.
For a long time…
W3.1 : would it boot up ?
W95 : would it not BSOD ?