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Windows 11 Settings You Should Change to Protect Your Privacy!

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Windows 11 Settings to Protect Your Privacy… With each new iteration of Windows, the amount of data collected by Microsoft on its users continues to increase and with Windows 11 that trend continues. If your someone who cares about your privacy, I will show you 10 settings on Windows 11 you can change to help protect your privacy. All of which you can easily do yourself without the use of any 3rd-party software.

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Windows 11 Tips & Tricks Playlist
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0:00 Intro
0:25 Disable General Privacy Settings
1:20 Turn Off Online Speech Recognition
1:45 Disable Send Optional Diagnostic Data
2:36 Disable Activity History
3:06 Turn Off Location Permissions
3:40 Disable Camera Access
4:09 Disable Microphone Access
4:36 Disable Cortana
5:10 Turn On Tracking Prevention
6:00 Misc. Edge Privacy Settings

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