Microsoft has released a new "privacy dashboard" for Windows 10 that the company says will let users exercise greater control over their data. Starting with this update you can now open up an InPrivate window for Microsoft Edge from the taskbar icon by right clicking.
Microsoft today delivered a new Windows 10 build that includes changes created to address long-standing complaints about the operating system's update practices.
That includes a new Web-based dashboard that lets you see and control your Microsoft activity data and a new "privacy set up experience" in Windows 10, Windows Chief Terry Meyerson announced in a blog post.
Windows Defender is the default antivirus application of Windows 10 and Microsoft has added "Refresh on Demand" to the software in its latest Windows 10 Insider build. In this case, this feature isn't exactly new in Windows since it was previously available in Windows 8.1 (as well as Windows 10) - but it didn't have any name like "Dynamic Lock".
Also introduced on build 15002 are several improvements to Windows Ink and Cortana as well. Microsoft also added "family options".
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There's also the introduction of a new blue-light reduction feature (aka Night Mode) that's similar to F.lux. Once there, you can click on the Privacy tab and check out various historical information that's saved whenever you're logged into Windows 10 and have certain settings turned on.
We reiterate that the new Windows 10 build has only been rolled out to Windows Insider members, and to be a part of the Windows Insider Program, you can register here. The user will see a "flyout" menu with those options and won't have to go through the VPN settings menu.
Users of this build will get a "set as metered connection" option for Ethernet local area network connections, in addition to Wi-Fi connections. We broke down the most important ones to make you have a clear understanding of what this update has to bring. Microsoft obviously wants you to leave that switch toggled on, but at least it will provide information both for and against your decision.
"We are working hard to make sure Windows 10 is the most secure Windows ever and a product you love and trust", Meyerson wrote. With the latest update Microsoft is also running power experiments on a "small set" of Windows 10 devices to evaluate an upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update feature created to improve battery life.