If you like the idea of online privacy, Windows 8 might just be for you.
Microsoft will enable a feature called Do Not Track by default for all Windows 8 machines running Internet Explorer 10. Of course, anyone running a different browser will not have this luxury by default.
The technology, which has become increasingly popular among Web surfers, prevents users' data from being stored for advertising purposes.
It is available in all major browsers today but users have to be savvy enough to know how to enable it. For the next iteration of Windows, however, that will not be an issue.