Yes they had to bring in the browser choice screen but wasn't that some 5 or more years after the initial case was brought against them, even then they dropped it by "accident" a year or so later when SP1 was released, only to get finned £500m odd for doing so, not bad for a company that has profits running into the tens of billions, and that ruling only lasted up to 2014 so they're now free to carry on as normal. Indeed they should, but the EULA is written in such a way that it seems to be overreaching the bounds of what's acceptable, saying we may need to stop providing access to "Third-Party Apps and Services" and blocking counterfeit games (note:Not just Microsoft counterfeit games) does seem to be over stepping the bounds of protecting their own software, does it not? Well yes they are, Windows defender is (afaik) scanning entire hard disks, and depending on what definition you want to use for "software" it could also be argued that it scans for a lot more than just software. Can we be sure they're not? The privacy statement does say this after all "We collect content of your files and communications when necessary to provide you with the services you use." Those relevant companies would be the water, gas, and electric companies, not the letting agent would they not? Sure if the letting agent sees something dodgy they may report it, but ultimately it's the responsibility of those companies to take action.