Windows 10 has launched recently. All the users of Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 are ready to upgrade their Windows, but anybody thinks once before upgrade Windows 10 that, “Is Windows 10 upgrade safe for you..???”

A complete guide to Windows 10: Check this out

As it is clear, that Windows 10 is free to upgrade but without reading and seeing the instructions, it is not fair. Of course, we all want something new but there are a lot of new things that cannot be safe for us.

Is Windows 10 upgradation safe for you..???

Windows 10 is also not safe in the matter of our privacy. It is a point that all the users who upgraded may  not know that what they are sacrificing. Therefore, if anyone want to maintain their privacy policy, it is important to know about the new things of Windows 10 upgrade before upgrading the Windows.

Do you know that Windows 10 is really free..???

Yes, Windows 10 upgrade is free for the Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 users but I think the privacy is priceless. Am I right?

With the launching of Windows 10, Microsoft also released the privacy policy in 45 pages. Some of them I am describing here. You should read them before the Windows 10 upgrade.

Win 10 collect personal data

Microsoft collects data to operate effectively and provide you the best experiences with their services. You provide some of this data directly, such as when you create a Microsoft account, submit a search query to Bing, speak a voice command to Cortana, upload a document to OneDrive, or contact them for support. They get some of it by recording how you interact with their services by, for example, using technologies like cookies, and receiving error reports or usage data from software running on your device. They also obtain data from third parties (including other companies).

How Win 10 use personal data

Microsoft uses the data they collect to provide you the services they offer, which includes using data to improve and personalize your experiences. They also may use the data to communicate with you, for example, informing you about your account, security updates, and product information. And they use data to help make the ads they show you more relevant to you. However, they do not use what you say in email, chat, video calls or voice mail, or your documents, photos or other personal files to target ads to you.

Reasons Microsoft share personal data

They share your personal data with your consent or as necessary to complete any transaction or provide any service you have requested or authorized. They also share data with Microsoft-controlled affiliates and subsidiaries; with vendors working on their behalf; when required by law or to respond to legal process; to protect the customers; to protect lives; to maintain the security of their services; and to protect the rights or property of Microsoft.

How to access and control your personal data

You can view or edit your personal data online for many Microsoft services. You can also make choices about Microsoft’s collection and use of your data. How you can access or control your personal data will depend on which services you use. You can always choose whether you wish to receive promotional email, SMS messages, telephone calls, and postal mail from Microsoft. You can also opt out from receiving interest-based advertising from Microsoft by visiting their opt-out page.

Other important privacy information

You can also find more information on Microsoft’s commitment to protecting your privacy at http://www.microsoft.com/privacy.

So what are your views about these privacy settings and options that may affect your privacy? are you bothered? I am looking forward for your best comments here..

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