Windows 10 Enterprise Edition is designed for businesses instead of people. Because of that, we assume that Microsoft has better privacy for Enterprise customers; however, we find out that even with every privacy option turned on, it still phones home and sends out data about the user and system.
Microsoft is basically doing some sort of anti-privacy business plan/model where the customers and businesses are the products to be sold to third parties, and there is no expectation of privacy from Microsoft anymore.
I am writing this from Linux Mint 18.1 right now because my Windows 10 Pro system invades my privacy, and Windows 7 is being targeted by ransomware, so I chose to use GNU/Linux instead which has privacy features I would like Windows 10 to have.
I have this Win10 Enterprise vm that I was using to test out various privacy settings. Here's some of the stuff I found out so far…
— Mark Burnett (@m8urnett) May 21, 2017
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