If I get in trouble for pirated software on windows 10?

So obsessed I began to offer to upgrade to windows 10. The bottom of the window often appears, so I'm not indifferent to the bill. And that's what I think. If I put 10-ku, will I have problems because some software I have pirated? I heard that microsoft in the 10th the wind has the right to see all the applications installed on the computer. So they can understand what program have I been hacked? Can't I have this problem?
July 9th 19 at 10:10
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July 9th 19 at 10:12
I heard that microsoft in the 10th the wind has the right to see all the applications installed on the computer.
This applies only to software purchased (or sold) through the Store.
July 9th 19 at 10:14
So obsessed I began to offer to upgrade to windows 10. The bottom of the window often appears, so I'm not indifferent to the bill.

Nope, they do not care. Honestly. I do not CARE. It is important that with the new kernel they can do much more such as follow you, etc. etc. all sorts of mechanisms that sticking your nose where it don't.
Drive and use the OS that suits you.
July 9th 19 at 10:16
Yes, half the country uses. and another third of that half have upgraded to Win 10
July 9th 19 at 10:18
If you fear division To, or go on free software, either for a license or put 10 Wines from the distribution, install a third-party firewall (and Windows disconnect), lock firewall microsoft.com, disable auto update.

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