Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Oz, Sep 22, 2015.
Not seen anything about this so far. Guessing it probably would have, but who knows?
well maybe it dont have it but since its installed on windows 10 they will update it automatically want it or not thats the way windows update work on windows 10...
office have telemetry since long time ago, even before Windows 10.
Yes... and who cares?
If you don't be monitored, don't install telemetry.
How to disable "Tell me what you want to do?" and "Share" via registry?
They both annoy me.
God you people are f**king annoying with this tin foil bulls**t...
Here we go again haha Alien invasion is comming soon
We talk about Office 16....
Disable all in task scheduler
Disable all in task scheduler.
People who speak in clichés even more so!
God, f**king, tin foil, bulls**t, how do you come with this stuff?
Have you ever had an original idea in your life?
To Oz you better use your firewall to block Click-to-Run service and disable the tasks from task scheduler. Find a good firewall, like Outpost to block even more process who connects to m$ and disable OneDrive if you want to not to share your private documents with m$. Office upload to OneDrive every local file, in case you dont want to end like Scarlett Johansson "sharing" your private data with the world
Sad to see these type of posts slipping through on the forum.
Not much nicer IMHO. Just behave yourselves and try posting without ANY foul language. Can't be that hard, everyone?
Back to track.
A couple of facts are objective, though.
1. C:\Users\Username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Office\OTele: new files are created inside this folder each time an app is run. You can manually clear the content, but to prevent further activity the only way I found is to change folder permissions, take ownership and deny "All" to System and "Write" to Administrator.
2. Open for example a text document: after a while, OfficeClicktoRun service (that is an expected behavior) and WINWORD.exe (not so expected) try to establish a connection to a remote address in the range of 220.127.116.11. In my system, by the way, Word seems pretty sensitive, because if I block it with firewall it gives me a "Microsoft Word has stopped working" error on closing.