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    Post Closed as "unclear what you're asking" by Xander, S.L. Barth, Matthew, Stephane, Steve
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Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger-like mechanic, according to this and this. I'm aware this is only to improve user experience. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in this feature.

What exactly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they sent and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

edit: changed the formulation to more adequate standarts

Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger-like mechanic. I'm aware this is only to improve user experience. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in this feature.

What exactly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they sent and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

edit: changed the formulation to more adequate standarts

Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger-like mechanic, according to this and this. I'm aware this is only to improve user experience. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in this feature.

What exactly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they sent and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

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Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger-like mechanic. I'm aware this is only to improve user experience. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in Microsoft's spywarethis feature.

What exactly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they sent and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

edit: changed the formulation to more adequate standarts

Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger-like mechanic. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in Microsoft's spyware.

What exactly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they sent and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger-like mechanic. I'm aware this is only to improve user experience. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in this feature.

What exactly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they sent and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

edit: changed the formulation to more adequate standarts

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So, Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger like-like mechanic. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in microsoft'sMicrosoft's spyware.

What exaclyexactly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they sendsent and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

So, Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger like mechanic. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in microsoft's spyware.

What exacly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they send and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

Windows 10 seems to have a keylogger-like mechanic. So I thought, since I can't remember my own PW that was used to encrypt a file, I just look it up in Microsoft's spyware.

What exactly is recorded by this feature?
Can I access the log files or are they sent and deleted?
And if the former, where can I find them? Is it possible to access them?

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