Gordon F. Kelly of Forbes is at it again, whipping up a frenzy over Windows 10. This time he claims to have found SHOCKING EVIDENCE that Microsoft's telemetry is collecting STAGGERING amounts of data from Windows 10 users.
Microsoft has built an entirely new telemetry system for its 'Windows as a Service' engineering model. In Windows 10, you can dial data collection back almost to zero, but you can't turn it off completely. Here's why.
Sadly, what Mr. Kelly's post* proves is how very, very little he understands about modern computing or networking. Seriously, his article is pure gibberish, technically. But more than 100,000 people have read it so far, and apparently they believe Mr. Kelly.
Cringing at the guy who performed the "analysis", and laughing at Gordon F. Kelly. Day after day, it looks like Forbes is becoming a "clickbait" site attracting users with provocative headlines and articles that are totally empty of content, and credibility.
In the end, here we go again, tons of people speaking crap about Microsoft and Windows 10, yet none of them understand anything about it (they just say and believe what they want to believe). That makes me laugh everytime.