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Windows 10 and User Online Services

Windows is an operating system, a software program that supports essential functions. Such as managing files and running applications and uses peripheral devices. Such as a printer, monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Earlier. Windows could be thought of as software that resided only on your devices. Now with our Windows 10, essential parts of Windows are based in the cloud and interact with online services. Learn more about Windows 10.

This article provides specific examples of how and why Windows sends and receives information about these benefits. To give you access to online services (such as Outlook, OneDrive, Cortana, Skype, Bing, and the Microsoft Store). To personalize experiences in Windows; to help you keep your preferences and files in sync across all your devices; to keep your device up to date and to make you enjoy the upcoming features of Windows services are below.


Device Usage

The device may have a camera, a microphone, location services, messaging, a contact list, and a calendar. The usual features of a tablet, smartphone, or desktop computer. Microsoft Store apps that use these features must indicate so on the app’s product description page in the Microsoft Store. They must also include a link to a privacy statement to describe any use of your data. To see and control which apps have access to features like your camera, microphone, and location services, go to Settings > Privacy.


Communication with People – Windows

When you communicate with your friends and associates, for example, by sending text messages (SMS, MMS, etc.) on a Windows device. We need to obtain the content of the message to send it to your inbox. Show it to you, allow you to reply and store it until you delete it. For real-time communications. A phone calling application must know the phone number of the contact you want to communicate with.

For other users to connect with you, some services allow people to search for you by phone number or email address. For ex, people who know your email address or phone number can use it to find you on Skype and send you an invitation to connect with them.

Purchase of Applications

When you buy apps and other items in the Microsoft Store. We collect your payment information to send to the bank for payment. This may include the payment instrument number (credit card number). The account holder’s full name, and the security code.


Store Files and Create Content

If you upload a file to OneDrive. It will be available on any device connected to the Internet. To make it public. We need to gather the content of that file to send it to storage, display it in storage, and make it complete for able to download again.

In Microsoft Edge, you can note web pages with ink (by hand) or enter notes and then attach, save, or share them. You can also make and manage reading lists and put all those lists, favorites, downloads, and history in one area. Since it is created directly on our service, it can be accessed from all devices.

Windows Enhancement

To help you decide which services are working well and which need improvement. We’ve paid attention to how people use Windows. We can spot patterns in customer problems, understand the cause, and fix them quickly. We can also focus our resources on updating the most used items and improving or retiring even those that are not used till now. This information, diagnostics, and activity data can also help us understand gaps in our services to help people use Windows more effectively. If you turn on the Enhance inking and typing option. We will also collect samples of your handwriting information to improve handwriting recognition and dictionaries for all Windows users. We take reasonable care to ensure that identifiers are remove, and we store the chunked data in small, random chunks so that we can use the information to improve products while protecting the identity of the customers who submit data.



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