In the Windows 10, the Settings app is one of the most important apps, allows you to change privacy settings, device settings, system settings, network settings, time and language settings, account settings as well as update and security settings.
In those settings, the most important option is Privacy Settings, allows you to change default privacy settings as well as configure it as you want. If you are using your computer for work and storing important data and files on your computer, I suggest you to change default privacy settings to avoid 3rd party as well as Microsoft collects your personal data and information.
As default, Windows 10 will let you change default privacy settings while you are upgrading to Windows 10 or installing Windows 10 on a new computer. But you can also change the privacy settings after the Windows 10 installation is completed. In this article, I will tell you a step by step guide to learn how to change default Privacy Settings in Windows 10.
How to Change Windows 10 Privacy Settings
It’s very simple to change default Windows 10 privacy settings, all you need is just going to Start > Settings to open Settings app.
In the Settings app, select Privacy to open Privacy Settings window.
At this step, you will able to change default privacy settings in Windows 10 like General, Location, Camera, Microphone, Speech, inking & typing, Account info, Contacts, Calendar, Messaging as well as Radios, Other devices and Feedback. Click on each tab and turn off the feature that you are worrying about.
I hope this article can help you change default privacy settings in Windows 10 and turn off features that you are worrying about.
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