Today, Microsoft announced that the Windows 8 users will have the ability to alter or modify the “Do Not Track” or DNT privacy feature’s default setting in Internet Explorer 10 or IE10 once they run the brand new operating-system.
DNT works as a signal if a person wants or does not want websites and online advertisers to trace and monitor their actions. A DNT signal can be send by all five major browsers, which are Safari, Chrome, Opera, and Internet Explorer.
Last month of May, Microsoft declared that Do Not Track could be started up automatically for Internet Explorer 10. . . . → Read More: “Do Not Track” option available for IE10 users