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Microsoft finally reveals what data Windows 10 collects from your PC

THERE ARE ALL kinds of new features in the Windows 10 Creators Update that started rolling out on April 11, but one change really sticks out: greater transparency about the data that Microsoft collects from your PC.

There are new dashboard screens that all Windows 10 users will see the first time they install or

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