The paranoid user’s guide to Windows 10 privacy

Since its release, a major point of controversy with Windows 10 has been the many ways that it can track your personal activity and gather other data about you. Many people don’t mind sharing personal information in exchange for enabling or enhancing a helpful app or service.

But if you are hard core about wanting to protect your privacy, here are ways that you can avoid, remove, or turn off features that track you. Some of these tactics may seem extreme, but you can obviously pick and choose, depending on what level of privacy you’re comfortable with.

To continue reading this article register now

Take IDG’s 2020 IT Salary Survey: You’ll provide important data and have a chance to win $500.