Windows 10 keeps up the history of your entire activity on your computer and the cloud. It includes everything from your browsing history to location information. although Microsoft has made it easy that you can view all your data and even delete it.
What data does track, Windows 10?
The data that Windows collects includes Edge Buzzing History, Bing Search History, Location Data and the Courtney Voice Command. If you use Microsoft’s Healthvault or Microsoft’s band device, your activity data will also be collected through this service.
If you use Microsoft’s Healthvault or Microsoft’s band device, your activity data will also be collected through this service. Microsoft says that it collects this data to provide more relevant results and content to the people through it.
Delete search activity on Windows 10
You can easily view the data stored and delete it. You can delete your activity history in two ways, either you can do this directly by going to your computer’s settings or by visiting Microsoft Cloud Accounts.
Do this on a computer like
Delete History, Settings> Privacy> Activity History, then click Clear button below Clear Activity History. If you do not want the Windows to collect this data in future.
then ‘Let Windows collect my activities’ toggle off the Collected Activities.
On Windows 10, see your Activity History
First of all, Settings> Preferences> Activity History> Manage My Activity Info. After this, a browser window will open and you will be asked to log in if you have not logged into your account. You can also access this page directly at account.microsoft.com/privacy/activity-history.
Here you can see your data in the history of browsing history, search history, location activity, voice activity, courtesy notebooks and health activity. You can view and delete your data in every section.
You can also view the entire data by clicking on the Activity History tab, which includes voice search, browsing history and location information.