How To Control Your Privacy In Windows 10

Introduction
 
Microsoft Windows 10 privacy allows the users to hide their information from others. Here, you can control the apps' access to the different parts of your PC such as camera, microphone, messaging, photos, music etc.
 
Step 1

First, you can left click on the Start icon and click Settings icon.
 
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Step 2

In this step, you will select “Privacy” icon.
 
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Step 3

In this step, you can select “General” icon and you will see the right pane. You will find the 6 options, if you toggle. You can turn on or off the first option and all of them, as you see fit.
 
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Step 4

In this step, you can select “Location” icon. It allows you to turn on & off to control your physical whereabouts.
 
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Step 5

In this step, you will select the “Camera” icon. You can use this option in some apps.
 
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Step 6

In this step, you will select the “Microphone” icon. You can use this option in some apps.
 
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Step 7

In this step, you will select “Notification” icon. You can turn on the notification icon, where you want the apps' notification.
 
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Step 8

In this step, you will select the “Speech, inking & typing” icon. In this, the tab deals with how Cortana collects the data in order to improve your browsing experience.
 
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Step 9

In this step, you will select “Account info” icon. In this tab, you can turn on or off account info icon, where you want to access your account info.
 
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Step 10

In this step, you will select “Contacts” icon. This helps to show your contact info on the social sites.
 
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Step 11

In this step, you will select “Calendar” icon, which helps you to learn your events.
 
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Step 12

In this step, you will select “Call history” icon. The built-in app, given below, can access your call history.
 
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Step 13

In this step, you will select “Email” icon, which helps to send an electronic mail.
 
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Step 14

In this step, you will select “Messaging” icon. This helps some apps that need to read or send a message.
 
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Step 15

In this step, you will select “Radios” icon. This app helps your permissions to control your radios.
 
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Step 16

In this step, you will select “Other devices” icon. This helps you to turn on or off, thereby synchronizing with the devices.
 
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Step 17

In this step, you can select “Feedback & diagnostics” icon. This option helps you to control the amount of Windows diagnostics and the data sent to Microsoft from your device.
 
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Step 18

In this step, you will select “Background apps” icon. This helps you to choose which app can receive info, send a notification, and stay up-to-date, even when you’re not using them.
 
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