Windows 10: Insider Builds - Start or Stop Receiving in Windows 10
Yes I am in the fast ring since yesterday, moved it to slow for a while about an hour ago and now back to fast. Tx
I am posting without too many hopes but there it goes. I wanted to check the insider program, but just before registering I changed mind, so I never accepted the terms and conditions, but now, Windows thinks I am part of the program, and displays my Microsoft account accordingly (see attached pic). Any chance I can remove it from there ? Much appreciated.
Should I be concerned regarding my data being sent (or just getting builds) to Microsoft for this program, even if I did not accept the terms?
Hello korso, and welcome to Ten Forums.
As long as you have not gone through all the steps to start getting Insider preview builds and still see the "Get started" button, you're installation will not be in the Insider program.
Thanks a lot Brink.
I guess I got a bit scared when I read the terms of the program. Specially the part where Microsoft says that will collect personal data and share it with third parties.
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