Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Wednesday August 08, 2012

Do Not Track in the Windows 8 Setup Experience

Brendon Lynch, Microsoft's Chief Privacy Officer, says that the new Do Not Track feature in IE10 will be on by default. Those of you that want to be tracked can switch off the DNT feature in the menu.

With Windows 8’s recent release to manufacturing, we know many people are interested in how customers will discover Do Not Track (DNT) in Internet Explorer 10. DNT will be enabled in the "Express Settings" portion of the Windows 8 set-up experience. There, customers will also be given a "Customize" option, allowing them to easily switch DNT "off" if they’d like.