After a number of controversial data mining features and privacy invasions within Microsoft’s newest operating system, Microsoft finally broke the ice, almost two months since the launch of Windows 10.
Microsoft has finally responded to the growing privacy concerns around its new operating system to regain the trust of the users who are concerned about their online privacy related to Windows 10.
In a blog post published Monday, Windows chief Terry Myerson describes three ways in which Windows 10 collects and uses its users data – although he did admit that the OS does regularly phone home by default.

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