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Windows offers you great control over your privacy settings. Using your device Your device may have a camera, microphone, location services, messaging, contact list, and calendar—typical features of a tablet, smartphone, or PC.
Learn about how privacy is managed in Windows. Understand Windows diagnostic data in Windows 10. For the latest Windows 10 version, learn more about what Windows diagnostic data is collected at various diagnostics levels.
You'll see a list of general privacy options. There are links to specific privacy settings on the left of the page. For more info, see Windows 10 and privacy.
This statement covers Windows 7 and all Windows 7 service packs. For information about software and services related to Windows and about prior releases of Windows, please refer to the list of privacy statements on the side of this page.
Along with our continuing commitment to your privacy with Windows 10, it's important to make sure your privacy settings are also ready. If you’re updating your device to a new Windows 10 version, you may be prompted to review or choose your privacy settings after the update when you sign in with an administrator account.