It's intellectually dishonest to think that's what s going on, because it ruins the conversation about what they're actually doing.
But let me rephrase anyway: I'll bet everything in my pocket that Windows 10 does not, nor will they ever, keylog every stroke and send it back to Microsoft servers for storage.
I can be sure of this the same way I'm sure about many other things I have no definite proof of -- I see nothing remotely resembling evidence that this might take place.
MSFT might not want to log everything you write on their OS, but who knows what they will deemed acceptable tomorrow under the same EULA?
Companies need to get out of the habit of writing terms of service that permit the world.
and as we don't know what is in your pocket, the bet is off. :)
Err, no, thank you. Every single system/cloud is hackable, and given enough time, it will get hacked. I think plenty of proofs around us. Tell me, why should I be OK with this? I don't want their tiny functional enhancements for this price. In fact, i don't want them at all. I am never commanding my computer by voice, as is neither 99% of computer users (not only because english isn't their native language), and I see nothing cool nor interesting in it (just one example out of many).
personally, sticking to Win 7 till games will work on them. and if i move, i am pretty sure there will be completely disconnected offline cracked version, if the rest of the system will actually be worth it.
i had the impression lately Microsoft is doing some properly good stuff, but this showed that no, they are just same scumbags as they were 20 years ago, when they gave many people plenty of reasons to hate them. Methods and situations changed a bit, not so much questionable morals.