Microsoft outlines new privacy features in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Microsoft outlines new privacy features in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Microsoft will be rolling out another major Windows update next month, so the company is starting to go over some of its upcoming changes.

Now, Microsoft has also outlined the privacy-related features that will be making their way to users with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The main feature is app-by-app privacy controls beyond just granting location privileges. However, with the new Creators Update the developers have made it mandatory for all new apps installed from the Windows Store to explicitly ask permissions with an on-screen permissions prompt, before getting access for all of the privacy sensitive capabilities.

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In much the same way that recent versions of Android have offered more control over exactly what functionality over the device each app has access to, albeit often in an opaque manner, now so too will Windows 10.

For example the camera or microphone for instance settings, now most third party programs are granted this access by default. "This way you can choose which apps can access information from specific features on your device". And for Windows Enterprise users, Microsoft is limiting the amount of information collected to run the new Windows Analytic service. Microsoft's Windows Analytics is a way for Enterprise admins to monitor computers running Windows 10 in the organization and reduce IT costs.

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The latest Windows 10 privacy enhancements follow Microsoft's efforts to appease European data protection authorities over privacy concerns, in particular France's CNIL, which threatened to fine Microsoft in July 2016 unless it dialed back Windows 10's "excessive" data collection and improved how it gained user consent.

These changes will be rolled out for those enrolled in the Windows Insiders program in the coming weeks before the update is rolled out to the public in October.

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