General privacy settings in Windows 10
Windows generates a unique advertising ID for each user on a device, which app developers and advertising networks can then use for their own purposes, including providing more relevant advertising in apps. When the advertising ID is enabled, apps can access and use it in much the same way that websites can access and use a unique identifier stored in a cookie. Thus, app developers (and the advertising networks they work with) can associate personal data they collect about you with your advertising ID and use that personal data to provide more relevant advertising and other personalized experiences across their apps.
The advertising ID setting applies to Windows apps using the Windows advertising identifier. The advertising ID setting does not apply to other methods of interest based advertising delivered by Microsoft or third parties, such as cookies used to amazon replica hermes belts
provide interest based display ads on websites. Third party products accessed through or installed on Windows may also deliver other forms of interest based advertising subject to their own privacy policies. Microsoft delivers other forms of interest based ads in certain Microsoft products, both directly and by partnering with third party ad providers. Learn more about other interest based advertising from Microsoft.
Some websites may have their content available in different languages. Windows can share information about your preferred language list with websites so that they can have the opportunity to respect your language preferences without you having to independently set them for each site.