Nvidia Telemetry And How To Stop Nvidia From Spying On You
Reports are coming in of the Nvidia telemetry feature being added to the latest driver and while we are not sure yet whether or not this is included if you install the GeForce experience but this is a concern for several users.
Many people may not know that the Nvidia telemetry feature exists and they could be unaware of what it does. No matter what the case is we thought it’s best to educate the people about this and how you can stop Nvidia from spying on what you are going.
Nvidia telemetry is a way of sending and receiving data, back and forth. While this is not as simple as you may think, for now, consider it to be a means of transmitting data. Some people consider this as spying. Many companies have been accused of spying on consumers and extracting vital information regarding consumer buying habits as well as product preferences.
If you want to get rid of the Nvidia telemetry and want to disable it then the easiest way in order to do so is downloading Autorun. After you have done that you need to type Nvidia into the filter.
In the task scheduler section of the program, you will find the telemetry option. You will also find the Shadow Play and Nvidia wireless controller options here. You can disable whatever you don’t want.
ShadowPlay is the feature with which you can record and stream gameplay. This is great for Twitch and YouTube streamers but the majority of the people do not use it. Most people are not going to be using this feature anyways so it would be a good precaution to disable it just in case.
What do you think about Nvidia telemetry? Are you going to disable this feature on your system or not?