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Windows 10 Will Allow Renaming Virtual Desktops, Getting New Cortana UI, and more

Several hours ago Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 18922 from the 20H1 branch to Insiders in the Fast Ring. The official announcement highlights only minor changes in this build. However, enthusiasts have discovered a couple of interesting hidden features.

Prevent Cortana from Accessing Location in Windows 10

Cortana is a virtual assistant bundled with Windows 10. Cortana appears as a search box or an icon on the taskbar and comes with tight integration with the Search feature in Windows 10. Signing in to Cortana with your Microsoft account allows it to keep track of what interests you, save your favorite places to its Notebook, collect notifications from other devices, and sync your data between all your devices with Cortana enabled. By default, Cortana is able to read your location data in Windows 10. If you are not happy with defaults, here is how to change permissions for Cortana.

Prevent Cortana from Accessing Contacts, Email, and Calendar in Windows 10

Cortana is a virtual assistant bundled with Windows 10. Cortana appears as a search box or an icon on the taskbar and comes with tight integration with the Search feature in Windows 10. Signing in to Cortana with your Microsoft account allows it to keep track of what interests you, save your favorite places to its Notebook, collect notifications from other devices, and sync your data between all your devices with Cortana enabled. By default, Cortana is able to read your contacts, email conversations, and calendar events in Windows 10. If you are not happy with defaults, here is how to change browsing history permissions for Cortana.

Prevent Cortana From Reading Browsing History in Windows 10

Cortana is a virtual assistant bundled with Windows 10. Cortana appears as a search box or an icon on the taskbar and comes with tight integration with the Search feature in Windows 10. Signing in to Cortana with your Microsoft account allows it to keep track of what interests you, save your favorite places to its Notebook, collect notifications from other devices, and sync your data between all your devices with Cortana enabled. By default, Cortana is able to read your browsing history in Windows 10. If you are not happy with defaults, here is how to change browsing history permissions for Cortana.

Hide Cortana Button from Taskbar in Windows 10

Cortana is a virtual assistant bundled with Windows 10. Cortana appears as a search box or an icon on the taskbar and comes with tight integration with the Search feature in Windows 10. Signing in to Cortana with your Microsoft account allows it to keep track of what interests you, save your favorite places to its Notebook, collect notifications from other devices, and sync your data between all your devices with Cortana enabled.

Change Cortana SafeSearch Settings in Windows 10

Cortana is a virtual assistant bundled with Windows 10. Cortana appears as a search box or an icon on the taskbar and comes with tight integration with the Search feature in Windows 10. Signing in to Cortana with your Microsoft account allows it to keep track of what interests you, save your favorite places to its Notebook, collect notifications from other devices, and sync your data between all your devices with Cortana enabled. There is a SafeSearch option in Cortana  that allows you to change your search safety levels to Strict, Moderate, or Off.

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