nVidia’s latest 397.93 Driver needs the GeForce Experience folder in it to de-bloat it

nVidia released today another driver, besides the usual bugfixes it has something new in it, the Setup requires now - no matter what - you to keep the GeForce Experience folder within the same dir as the Setup.exe - or you get an error. Before someone cries, it's because changes of the Setup.exe itself -... Continue Reading →

CCleaner 5.43.6520 adds Telemetry into it’s Cleaner Program

Yes, another program shipped with telemetry - that's what we love, oh wait it's exactly the opposite. While telemetry is something you can't escape from and a 'new' hype (it all started with Google and the so-called 'tracking') everyone seems to do the same now, Mozilla, Avast, Microsoft & Co. The bitter pill is that... Continue Reading →

Another clickbait Article and disinformation regarding to Microsoft’s Telemtry tool

Is it true that even if you set Telemetry level in the Enterprise to 0 still doesn't disable everything - Yes, 0 actually seems to not mean zero here, it includes Security related telemetry but is that a reason to be worried about? Preston Gralla wrote an article on Computerworld, he 'Don’t believe Microsoft’s latest... Continue Reading →

Enable Microsoft new Telemetry Data Viewer

Windows 17083 or higher (the upcoming RS 4 release [to be released in 7/8 weeks from now]) will get a new Diagnostic Data Viewer app which let's you view the diagnostic data the OS collects. Microsoft uses Windows diagnostic data to focus our decisions and efforts to provide you with the most robust and valuable... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 RS 4 gets new privacy options

The next major update for Windows 10 is in the pipeline and the good news is that we getting more control over the telemetry data. The latest Insider Preview builds suggest that new tools to manage this data are in the works. The clues are hidden in plain sight in the latest Windows 10 preview... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 Anti-Telemetry and Data Collection Tools

First a warning! I'm not a fan of such tools and I do not recommend using any of them because I believe that most of it can be done via: GPO, registry, has no or less effect (placebo) or could be bypassed via dnsapi.dll. This is the ultimate list which lists all tools and script... Continue Reading →

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