You can also get into the registry and break Windows 10s capability to record and report information. But you may have to repeat this step between updates, I suspect Microsoft will have restorative features in some of the patches that come out. After all, they make money when you buy the OS, then they use your OS to make money in advertisements. They won't want to lose out on the cash they generate at your privacy expense.
As an individual it is your responsibility to due diligence of privacy protection. Which you are partially doing by running W7 on your system. This is why I typically run nothing but Linux. As the poster above me has pointed out, if these items are your big concern, then many of the systems you likely use today need to be filed under do not use. So in reality, privacy really is an all or nothing type affair. These companies and the government do not need you to accept a EULA for them to track your activities. This can be done easily via interception and DPI which the government does all the time. (cough cough Utah).
In short, if you want privacy. The truth of the matter is staying on Windows 7 is doing you no favors other than in your head. If your still using Google, Facebook, Mobile Phones, Un-Encrypted Internet, GMail, Hotmail, etc, your being tracked and advertised to.
To fix this issue your going to have to make real and drastic changes to your electronic lifestyle. From using special search engines and VPNs, to abandoning the addiction so many have to social media and shopping sites. Abandoning the browsers and operating systems your used to and so forth. Even these steps will only curtail some of it, short of abandoning the electronic world, you cannot escape it fully.