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If your organization has turned on this feature, you can decide to take part in the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP). When you participate, your Windows Phone will automatically send basic, anonymous information to Microsoft about how you use your programs and devices, the types and number of errors you encounter, and the speed of services.
Microsoft uses the information it collects through the Customer Experience Improvement Program to improve products. The information that is gathered contains no personally identifying information (such as passwords, IP addresses, or user IDs), no customer identifying information, and no customer data.
Open the Start Menu, then copy and paste Change Customer Experience Improvement Program in the search box and press enter. A) Go to step 3 or 4. OR. 2. Open the Control Panel (icons view), and click on the Action Center icon. A) Click on the Change Action Center Settings link in the left pane. (see screenshot below)
The Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program, also known as SQM or Software Quality Metrics, is a way for Microsoft to get usage information back from customers for the purposes of product planning. This information is anonymous, and we only look at the aggregated data to see trends and get general statistics.
To un-join the Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) in Windows 7 follow these steps. a. Open the Start Menu, then copy and paste Change Customer Experience Improvement Program in the search box and press Enter. b. To Un-join the Customer Experience Improvement Program select (dot) No, I don't want to participate in the program.