When it comes the time to do an in-place upgrade to the new version of the operating system, a new privacy panel will appear to let you quickly disable features, such as location, speech recognition, telemetry data, and relevant ads. The new experience looks identically to the new privacy settings panel you’ll see during the new out-of-box-experience (OOBE), and it’s easier to understand.

How the new privacy experience works on Windows 10

When your PC is ready for the Creators update, you’ll get a screen when you sign in, unlock, or return from idle. You can always click the Remind me later to defer the experience. If you do, you’ll be able to see the screen again at any time from Action Center. If you’re ready, you can click the Review settings button to see the available features with a toggle switch to turn them on/off, and each item has a description letting you know how the change will affect your Windows 10 experience after the update. After you’ve completed reviewing your settings, click the Save button, and click the OK button to confirm. Your choices will apply when you install a new feature update, such as the Creators Update. The new changes aim to make it clearer what data Microsoft collects when you use the operating system, as the company has been getting a lot of complaints about the privacy settings since the initial rollout of Windows 10. Source Microsoft All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.