Microsoft tries to improve Windows by collecting data about your PC and the way you use it. This helps the company understand how to serve its users better and identify problems people are encountering.
How do you control it?
Click Start > Settings > Privacy > Feedback & diagnostics. Here, you’ll find that, by default, Windows is set to ask you for feedback automatically and gather information about diagnostics and usage.
If you’d rather not be hassled by Windows requests for feedback popping up on your computer at random, then use the dropdown menu under Windows should ask for my feedback to set this to Never.
Underneath this, there is another dropdown menu that lets you control how much diagnostic and usage data is collected by Microsoft. Unfortunately, in both the Home and Pro versions of Windows 10, it isn’t possible to turn this off altogether.
But if you’re concerned, you can at least limit the amount of information sent to Microsoft by selecting Basic from the list.