To create a more customized online experience, some of the ads you may receive on Microsoft websites and apps are tailored to your previous activities, searches and site visits. You're in control and here's where you can make the advertising choice that's right for you.
Microsoft partners with AOL, AppNexus and other third party service providers to help present customized content and display advertisements on MSN, Outlook.com and other websites and apps. Microsoft also delivers search ads to Bing and our search syndication partners. Learn more about Microsoft’s privacy practices here. You can learn more about interest-based ads from AOL and AppNexus in their privacy statements: AOL and AppNexus.
On this page, you can opt out of receiving interest based advertising from Microsoft.
You can also opt out of receiving interest-based advertising from all self-regulatory members, including Microsoft, AOL, AppNexus and other third party ad networks, at the following sites:
You can control interest-based advertising in Windows apps by turning off the advertising ID in Windows Settings.
If you have a privacy question or a question for the Chief Privacy Officer of Microsoft, please contact us by using our web form. We will respond to questions within 30 days.
Control the "personalized ads" setting for this web browser.
Control the "personalized ads" setting that applies when you are signed in on any computer or device with your Microsoft account, including Windows, Windows phone, Xbox and other devices.
In your Windows Settings, you can turn off personalized ads that appear in apps on this device. You’ll still see ads, but they won’t be personalized anymore.
If you want to turn off personalized ads from Microsoft wherever you use your Microsoft account including apps on Windows, Windows Phone, Xbox and other devices, you can do so by selecting the Microsoft account option above.