Windows 10: Microsoft Fails To Address All Privacy Concerns

Steve Brownlie - Author

Oct. 4 2015, Updated 8:19 a.m. ET

Windows 10 has been “live” for two months now, and adoption appears to be going relatively well, especially when compared to its predecessor, 8.1. However, a number of critics have attacked the Windows 10 privacy policy, finding that some services appear to communicate, even when turned off, such as Cortana and OneDrive.

Perhaps not surprisingly, given the amount of discussion around the new features of Windows 10, and how they relate to privacy, Microsoft took to the official Windows 10 blog this week to address users’ concerns.

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