Saturday, March 25, 2017

Microsoft Windows 10 has a keylogger enabled by default – here’s how to disable it (1 minute)

Via David

windows 10 keylogger

Many Windows 10 users are unknowingly sending the contents of every keystroke they make to Microsoft due to an enabled-by-default keylogger. This function has been around since the beginning of Windows 10, and is a prime example of why you should never go through the default install process on any Operating System. Windows 10 privacy has been a hot button issue since its release years ago. The French government even issued a warning to Microsoft last year, telling them to:


  1. Thanks for the heads-up. I hear there are clear ads in Windows 10 as well. I don't use Windows 10. I do have a computer that runs an older version of Windows, however.

  2. Any bets all your info goes straight to the Government and George Soros?


    1. Wouldn't bet that it doesn't, that's for sure.