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Updated to Windows 10 1803 (April Update) and I noticed a little button appearing near the search box in the task bar. Turns out to be a new feature called Timeline. I open it and it shows some excel files I had opened some weeks before.
That's very coo... HOW THE FUCK DOES IT KNOW WHAT I DID BEFORE I EVEN UPDATED WINDOWS???
Richard Stallman is right..

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  • 4
    Richard Stallman also eats his toe gunk in the middle of a QA.
  • 4
    lots of ways,

    NTFS has a last accessed atribute, every os's has an event logging system, registry entries last opened...
  • 1
    @BadCompany That makes sense. But it's still creepy...
  • 0
    you can just deactivate that or have an offline account to begin with, also you can actually turn of the nagging info at the bottom somehow, though I don't remember how I did it
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    @AchilleMe you think thats creepy? dude, its 2018, dont want to ruin ur dream but big servers are logging the data u logged, other servers have access to those logs of ur logs, calculate the highest convertable value and present u an internet full of adds, information, so called likes etc to convert the money you make into theirs
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    C:\Users\%UserName%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent

    Not a new thing either. Old windows saves recent files by default. I bet it is just pulling from there to add stuff in the 1803 update timeline.
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