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Microsoft has been pushing out updates to get Windows 7 and Windows 8 users “ready” for Windows 10, but a handful of recent updates appear to be more focused on data collection and less on features or user …
Infoworld · 1 day ago
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Microsoft released Windows 10 earlier this summer. The Redmond firm has been praised for the new operating system’s design, which combines elements of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. Now it seems Windows 10 will …
The Daily Express · 19 minutes ago
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Microsoft is in the middle of another privacy saga, this time caused by the default settings in Windows 10, the company's latest operating system, which collects users information and sends it back to its headquarters …
Softpedia News · 1 day ago
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A while back, we wrote about how Windows 10 was equipped with a lot of annoying default settings that essentially tracked everything you did and sent them back to Microsoft to be used for just about anything. Some …
clapway.com · 1 day ago
Security researchers have found that four new updates to the Windows 7 and 8 operating systems allow Microsoft to collect an assortment of usage information with processes similar to those of Windows 10. It is …
SC Magazine · 1 day ago
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The firm also reported a dip or Windows 7 from 60.73 per cent to 57.67 percent and a drop from 13.11 per cent to 11.39 per cent for Windows 8.1. That's a combined drop of 4.78 per cent and a 4.56 per cent rise in …
The Register · 1 hour ago
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MICROSOFT HAS BEGUN retrofitting some of the more controversial aspects of the new Windows 10 operating system to predecessors 7 and 8. No, that doesn't mean that HAL 9000-U-LIKE Cortana is coming aboard …
The Inquirer · 17 hours ago
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Windows 10 is a deliciously good operating system, all things considered, but its abundant user-tracking has prompted many privacy-minded individuals to stay pat with older versions of Windows. Now, Microsoft’s …
Network World · 9/1/2015
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In comparison, usage of Windows 7 and 8.1 is down a collective 12.8%. The older operating systems do, however, still command a strong lead of almost 40% share for Windows 7 and a little over 23% for Windows 8.1.
The Business Insider · 14 hours ago
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Microsoft has been caught installing latest updates onto Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers that effectively introduce the same data collecting and user behavior tracking features used in Windows 10. Under the new …
thehackernews.com · 8/31/2015
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