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If you're worried about Windows security issues, put Linux on it instead ;-)
Or clean install Windows. If you're worried about data theft... EVERYTHING that you use uses and sells your data. Geez. Android, Google, Bing, Firefox, Apple, any game you play that you have to log in to, Facebook, Instagram, etc...

This is one of the baddest laptops on the planet.
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It does not come with NVIDIA GeForce MX150 with 2GB graphics memory but still a good price on i5/8gb/256gb model.
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No thanks, security nightmare!

https://www.windowscentral.com/hu...-uk-report
Quit use electronic devices, best solution
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No thanks, security nightmare!

https://www.windowscentral.com/hu...-uk-report [windowscentral.com]
what's the correlation between flaws in 5G networking equipment to their consumer box laptops?

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No thanks, security nightmare!

https://www.windowscentral.com/hu...-uk-report [windowscentral.com]
That's for their 5G equipment, that got nothing to do with normal Windows laptop.
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https://www.zdnet.com/article/mic...pc-driver/

Huawei's PC Manager has a dedicated button on their keyboard and is severely compromised. Not sure if Huawei fixed it or if Microsoft fixed it.
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Is the ram or ssd replaceable?
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The security make me worry even its great laptop
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It isn't Windows that's the security issue, it's the hardware itself so it won't matter if you use whatever flavor Linux.
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It isn't Windows that's the security issue, it's the hardware itself so it won't matter if you use whatever flavor Linux.
Proof? What mechanism did Huawei use to spy their laptop?
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It isn't Windows that's the security issue, it's the hardware itself so it won't matter if you use whatever flavor Linux.


Huawei doesn't make any of the hardware for their consumer box laptops themselves. It's from the same supply chains in China that other laptop/computer manufacturers use.
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