Using Windows telemetry into Windows 10, Microsoft sought to enhance the characteristics and total experience of their operating system via automatic uploads of information. This ability is provided with the Diagnostic Tracking Service and can be complete opt-in.
Last month, Microsoft delivered several discretionary upgrades for Windows 7 and Windows 8 consumers (KB3075249, KB3080149 and KB3068708) which could offer exactly the identical telemetry data. Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry high disk usage. Despite the fact that the upgrades were discretionary and the telemetry support is uninstalled, and there has been a great deal of hubbub about Windows 10 privacy configurations, many users have taken offense to the addition of telemetry providers in Windows 7 and Windows 8.
For the ones who don’t need to take part in supplying automatic comments to enhance the functioning system, Telemetry could be turned off entirely.
To do that:
Run the Services background program.
Find Diagnostics Tracking Service from the services list also start its Property Sheet.
Cease the Diagnostics Tracking Service and then change the Startup Type to Disabled.
Furthermore, Microsoft supplies a GPO for Windows 10 to turn off this. The GPO is situated at:
Computer Configuration>Administrative Templates>Windows Components>Information Collection and Preview Builds> Permit Telemetry
A GPO isn’t provided for Windows 7 or Windows 8, however. However, savvy administrators may create their own GPO for the next registry key:
Open the subkey corresponding to this service you would like to modify, and alter the value of ‘Start’ to equivalent either “two” (for automatic), “3” (for guide) or “4” (for handicapped).
In Addition, You can use PowerShell to prevent the Diagnostics Tracking Service and change the Startup Type to disabled:
Set-service diagtrack -startuptype handicapped