Microsoft Promises Windows 10 Creators Update In Short Order
Microsoft Wants Your Privacy Settings Confirmed Before Creators Update Installs
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has been discussed and even anticipated by many due to the variety of promised improvements this will bring to Windows 10 in just a matter of weeks. For some unbeknownst reason Microsoft requires that you confirm your privacy settings for Windows 10 before it would initiate the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update process even though Microsoft also promises that you can still change those settings as always. This makes no sense. If you are running Windows 10 and have already seen the image above regarding "getting ready" for the update do make certain that you read through all the information available and set your privacy as you see fit. As you read on in this article you'll see more about what Microsoft will present you with in getting ready for the Fall Creators Update but bear in mind that you want to retain control as much as you possibly can. The privacy settings for Windows 10 with the most potential impact regarding diagnostics and relevant Ads should be carefully considered so look at the available descriptions before you make a decision. Whereas Microsoft promises Windows 10 Creators Update in short order and Microsoft wants your Privacy Settings confirmed before Creators Update installs you really do need to scrutinize your Windows 10 Privacy Settings.