just an observation not a criticism. everyone has the right to disable the keylogger or feed back as they see fit, that is a given. here is what rubs me the wrong way. the EULA states that data will be collected, although it doesn't state what or how much. this should be a red flag to everyone, but they agree any ways. remember this is a Technical Preview. usually meant for developers to install on a barebones system to see what works and what doesn't ( hardware, drivers, MS features etc. ). nothing detrimental to keylog or get from these machines. now we throw the average user into the mix. they install as the main OS on a computer with all their personal files, extra hard drives, USB sticks, their cloud storage, etc. etc. knowing that every little bit of data is being collected. granted it is everyones god given right to complain, but come on use some common sense. put it in a VM, or better still a computer with nothing else, test it as it was meant to be tested, and send feedback on OS specific things that need to be fixed, not what our personal preferences are, or what we would like included or excluded. IMHO if you install as a main OS on your main computer with all your stuff, you have no right to complain, since you did so at your own risk. myself, i installed it on my computer as second OS in a dual boot. didn't like what i saw so i uninstalled it. a few programs didn't work and it screwed up some of the permissions on my partitions. cleaned my HD, repartitioned, and went back to my old OS. may try a VM again, but will continue to monitoring the forum to gain knowledge so i can solve any problems myself before asking for a solution. just as an aside, my opinion is that this should have been given a minor build number ( 8.2 ) and not a major build number. aside from a few tweaks and maybe a few new apps or programs, it's not a major revision from 8.1. i must admit though, from my limited testing, it was a little bit faster. ok, let the flaming begin.