The next major update of Windows 10 will introduce new tools to tell you more about the data it collects and grant you more control over what the operating system (OS) shares with Microsoft.

The company announced new features in a blog post starting with Activity History, which is designed to tell you exactly what the Microsoft Privacy Dashboard has recorded.

Available now, this is a new web page within the online Microsoft account website with detailed, visual representations of your voice, search, location and web browsing data. From there, you have the option to now ‘clear’ those types of data either from a category level or right down to the specific instance of use.

Meanwhile, the brand-new, app-based Windows Diagnostic Data Viewer lets you see more of the behind the scenes diagnostic data that Microsoft gathers, listed below as per Microsoft’s Marisa Rogers:

“Common Data, like the Operating System’s name, the Version, Device ID, Device Class, Diagnostic level selection and so on.Device Connectivity and Configuration such as device properties and capabilities, preferences and settings, peripherals, and device network information.Product and Service Performance data that show device health, performance and reliability data, movie consumption functionality on the device and device file queries. …read more

Source:: TechRadar – All the latest technology news

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