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[liberationtech] Question about Windows 10
andreas.bader at nachtpult.de
Fri Jun 24 07:31:31 PDT 2016
You do still have the possibility to use two different systems, e.g.
Linux/OSX for important data and Windows for the rest.
If this is no solution for you then you can just stay with Windows 8;
ignore the "feeling" that you need to upgrade.
"Never change a running system."
On 24.06.2016 07:31, Peter Chin wrote:
> Hello folks,
> I need some advice about upgrading to Windows 10. My laptop is running Windows 8 and I need to do the free upgrade to Win 10 because I have a lot of applications that run on Windows and I feel it is time to upgrade to the newest Windows O.S. But I really don't want my personal data collected in Windows 10 either.
> I recently read that Microsoft could be releasing data controls that actually allow privacy (http://www.ghacks.net/2016/02/11/microsoft-promises-to-implement-full-windows-10-data-tracking-controls/) but I'm not holding my breath. If I upgrade to Windows 10, what can I do to control personal privacy? I heard that the Enterprise version of Windows 10 would let me have more privacy and not collect my data.
> How are you all dealing with upgrading to Windows 10 so that you can still control your own personal data? Thanks for your thoughts.
> Peter Chin
> (in Vancouver, Canada)
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