Sending Feedback

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  1. Posts : 12,364
    8 Pro x64

    Sending Feedback

    Just curious if any one else has been sending feedback to MS about issues they come up with? This may be Tin Foil Hat territory, but will sending feedback 'flag' you with MS?

    (If you're not a registered member etc. I know the data is supposed to be anonymous... still, this is MS we're dealing with )

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  2. Posts : 1,402
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

    I think MS has that little proviso in all their beta and pre-beta programmes.
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  3. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate

    Good question Smarty....

    I was wondering myself; as I would like to participate in the "Feedback" process.

    Later Ted
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  4. Posts : 50,928
    Windows 11 Workstation x64

    I have always sent feedback regardless of the origin of my build.
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  5. Posts : 71,717
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations

    Same hear.

    I just sent feedback on how Windows Updates still counts hidden updates as still available and still shows you a notification about it until you install it.
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  6. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate

    Thanks everyone!...:)...I'm going to participate also.

    Maybe they'll send me some jellybeans....

    Later Ted
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  7. Posts : 154
    Windows 7 Build 7100

    I have been sending feedback since day one and I don't have any problems. I doubt MS would penalize you for sending in legitimate feedback and reports they strive so hard to get. Just to throw out there I'm an ex MS employee :P Now I work for eBay.. :)
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  8. Posts : 1,402
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

    What information will be sent to Microsoft?
    If you choose to help us improve Windows installation by participating in the Windows Installation Customer Experience Improvement Program, Microsoft will collect information about your hardware configuration, how you install Windows, and specific errors you encounter during installation. Microsoft collects this information whether your installation is successful or not. Microsoft uses this information to identify trends and usage patterns, help determine which updates are needed, and identify areas for improvement.

    Windows installation also provides an error reporting service that monitors your computer for problems that will prevent a successful installation. This service automatically sends a report to Microsoft if an error occurs. Error report data is used to find and fix problems in the software you use. It is not used for marketing purposes.

    What data is collected?
    To fix problems in the software you use, we collect information about what the software was doing when it experienced the problem, and about your machine configuration. Microsoft does not collect your name, address, or any other contact information.

    How is data stored?
    When you submit an error report, we help protect it through the use of encryption, such as the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol. When we receive an error report, we use a variety of security technologies and procedures to help protect your information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. For example, we store the error reports you provide on computer servers with limited access.

    Who has access to error report data?
    Microsoft employees, contractors, and vendors who have a business need to use the error report data are given access to this information.
    By sending this information to Microsoft, you are helping to improve the quality, reliability, and performance of Windows installation.
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  9. Posts : 1,402
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

    Windows 7 Pre-release (pre-Beta) Privacy Statement for Installation Features
    [This content is preliminary and subject to change.]
    At Microsoft, we're working hard to protect your privacy, while delivering products that bring you the performance, power, and convenience you desire in your personal computing. This privacy statement explains the data collection and use practices of these Windows 7 installation features: Activation, Customer Experience Improvement Program, Device Information Retrieval, Dial-up Networking, Dynamic Update, Installation Improvement Program, Microsoft Error Reporting Service, SmartScreen Filter, Windows Defender, Windows Help, and Update Services. These features might send information to and from the Internet when you're installing and setting up Windows 7. This is a preliminary disclosure that focuses on features that communicate with the Internet and is not intended to be an exhaustive list. It does not apply to other online or offline Microsoft sites, products, or services.
    For a more comprehensive privacy statement for this software, see the online Windows 7 Pre-release (pre-Beta) Privacy Statement at Windows 7 Privacy Notice Highlights.
    Collection of information about your computer
    Windows 7 contains several Internet-enabled features that collect standard information from your computer ("standard computer information"). Standard computer information typically includes information such as your Internet Protocol (IP) address, operating system version, browser version, and regional and language settings. In some cases, standard computer information might also include hardware ID, which indicates the device manufacturer, device name, and version. Some features might collect additional information. The privacy details for each Windows feature listed in this privacy statement will disclose the additional information that is collected and, if the feature sends the information to Microsoft, how it is used.
    Use of information
    Information that is collected by or sent to Microsoft might be stored and processed in the United States or any other country in which Microsoft or its affiliates, subsidiaries, or service providers maintain facilities. Microsoft abides by the safe harbor framework as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of data from the European Union.
    Microsoft may access or disclose information about you in order to: (a) comply with the law or respond to lawful requests or legal process; (b) protect the rights or property of Microsoft or our customers, including the enforcement of our agreements or policies governing your use of the services; or (c) act on a good faith belief that such access or disclosure is necessary to protect the personal safety of Microsoft employees, customers, or the public.
    Microsoft occasionally hires other companies to provide limited services on its behalf, such as providing customer support, processing transactions, or performing statistical analysis of reports. Microsoft will provide these companies only the information they need to deliver the service. They are required to maintain the confidentiality of the information and are prohibited from using it for any other purpose.
    Security practices
    Microsoft is committed to protecting the security of your information. We use a variety of security technologies and procedures to help protect your information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. For example, we store the information that you provide on computer servers that have limited access and that are located in controlled facilities.
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  10. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate

    Thanks echrada, very informative....

    Later Ted
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