Turn off Advertising ID in Windows 10 and 11

Windows 10 and they give you the right to disable the advertising identifier so that applications do not use it. See what Ad ID is and how to turn it off.

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The truth is that everyone is trying to track your online behavior so they can target you . Η στοχευμένη διαφήμιση και πληρώνεται καλύτερα αλλά και έχει βέλτιστη απόδοση. Όμως σε κανένα δεν αρέσει η ιδέα της παράδοσης των προof its services for advertising purposes.

It turns out that it's getting harder and harder to use your computer without someone tracking your activity. And Windows plays its part in showing “relevant” or “personalized” ads, using the Advertiser ID.

But what is advertising ID, how does it work, and how can you prevent your apps from tracking it?

What is Windows Advertiser ID?

Το αναγνωριστικό διαφήμισης είναι ένας μοναδικός κωδικός που εκχωρείται από τα Windows για κάθε χρήστη σε μια συσκευή. Με αυτόν τον τρόπο, τα Windows μπορούν να εμφανίζουν διαφορετικές για διαφορετικά άτομα που συνδέονται στην ίδια συσκευή.

When the feature is enabled, it works similar to the browser cookies, as advertising agencies and app developers can use the ID to collect data and display personalized ads in the apps you use.

For example, location-based apps will access your location and display ads for nearby businesses.

To disable Advertising ID in Windows you must have administrator rights.

Turn off Advertising ID in Windows 10

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We have previously presented the steps to disable the advertising ID in your Windows 10 with this article.. The path has been tweaked since then so now do the following:

Go to Settings > Privacy > General > Change privacy options.

On her right side , there is an option called “Allow apps to use advertising ID… blah blah blah”. Turn off the setting.

Alternatively if you have Pro, you can also use the Explanatory Program πολιτικής τοπικής ομάδας, όπως σας we indicated in this article.

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Press the Win + R keys at the same time, type the word gpedit.msc and click OK. In the new window navigate to:
Computer Settings > Administrative Templates > System > User Profiles.

On the right, double-click “Disable Ads Identifier”. From the three options, check “Disabled”.

Turn off Advertising ID in Windows 11

When installing the Windows 11 operating system, Windows allows you to choose your privacy settings. But if you missed the chance while setting up Windows 11, you can still disable it using the methods below.

Press Win + I to bring up Windows settings. Go to Privacy and security > Privacy and security > Windows permissions > General.

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There, turn off “Allow apps to display … blah blah”.

Alternatively, as in Windows 10, disable Advertising ID with Group Policy.

Windows Group Policy is another tool that helps you manage your user and system configuration. You should have Windows Pro.

For this setting do exactly the same things as described above for Windows 10. Nothing changes.

What if you turn off Ad ID?

Disabling the advertising ID does not prevent Windows from showing ads. According to Microsoft, turning off the advertising ID does not reduce the number of ads you will see, but it will make them less relevant to you.

Windows will also use your data to show you ads in the apps you've downloaded from Store. For any other apps, you should check their privacy settings and prevent them from collecting data about you.

The truth is, you can't make your activity invisible when you're using a device that's connected to the internet. However, turning off the Windows Advertiser ID will help protect your privacy somewhat.

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