Allow or Disallow the Sharing of Anonymous Private Usage Data from Brackets to Adobe
Edited by Grimm, Amanda, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how you can allow or disallow the sharing of anonymous private information from your use of Brackets HTML code editor on your Windows system.
- 4Brackets is an open source application on GitHub. We can use the Brackets editor itself to edit the application. If we can edit in Java and HTML and CSS, we can edit the application itself and how it even functions. Personally, we like to give this information. We can see the information in the white box. None of it says anything about us personally. We're fine sharing it.Find the box next to the words, "Share anonymous information on how I use Brackets".
- 11The same information that would be shared is listed below, but it is no longer being sent. We like to support the developers, so we are going to click the box to put the checkmark back in it. The alternative to Brackets that we would use is a much more expensive application, Dreamweaver.Note that the box has no checkmark in it.
- 12If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, do please let us know in the section below. Otherwise, thank you for choosing VisiHow and have a great day.This concludes our tutorial on how to allow or disallow the sharing of anonymous data with Brackets and Adobe on your Windows machine.Advertisement
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