3 Windows 10 privacy dangers to fix now

10Personal privacy is a serious concern for anyone who surfs, shops or banks online. Google, Facebook, advertisers, hackers and others are constantly trying to get your information so they can make money for themselves.

We also don’t want to leave Microsoft off that list. With every version of the Windows operating system, it’s digging further and further into your personal life, and the new Windows 10 is no exception.

In fact, Windows 10 introduces some new features that collect your data like never before. And by default it has them all turned on.

Fortunately, you can turn them off if you know where to look. Let’s walk through some of the major ones you need to know now.  More

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