When installing Windows 10 and using the Express Settings option during the setup process, certain default settings with regards to privacy are set for you. In this movie, you will know how to access privacy settings to customize which settings are to be enabled and disabled.
- [Voiceover] In an earlier movie during the installation…process for Windows 10, we came across something…called express settings, which would get you…up and running quickly with Windows 10.…Well that's true, but there may be settings…that you might not necessarily like to have turned on,…including privacy settings, which we're going to…explore in this movie.…The first thing is to click the start button…in the bottom left corner, move up slightly,…and select Settings.…From here, we'll find Privacy, and give that a click.…
Now with General selected at the top of the list…here on the left-hand side, you can see the…privacy options down below, all of which…are turned on, may or may not be to your liking.…For example, at the very top, letting apps use…your advertising ID for experiences across apps…is turned on by default, and all that means is…information about your habits and what you do…here on Windows 10 is being sent to Microsoft…to alter or customize and personalize your experience.…If you don't like information going out to Microsoft,…
Note: Windows 10 is not a free upgrade for XP users. You will need to purchase Windows 10 before proceeding with the migration.
- Getting a Microsoft account
- Backing up files on Windows XP
- Upgrading to Windows 10
- Customizing Windows 10 settings
- Restoring files and folders