We see Recent Windows as a data grab if not set up correctly from the beginning, but Social Media is it's own massive "Hand It On A Plate" Animal, only in this instant, most social media users happily hand over those details willingly if not intentionally, it is all there if you just look at the average active account page.
Setting Windows up correctly is very important. https://heimdalsecurity.com/windows-10-security-guide/privacy
What you hand social media will promptly negate everything you did to set Windows up correctly. So much for M$'s hardware security demands.
I have to agree with the Dr on this one. Luckily enough the net is overflowing with apps that can mitigate the risk when setting up new OS installations.
I barely touch social media, so at least i walk it like i talk it, still makes me laugh out loud when i see some of the stuff posted and shown to me by others in my family who do use it. I do try to advise them but if they are going to Photo every nice meal they ever eat or make, those photos are sooner than later going to show a lot more "juicy Booty" for scammers, and that is not including all the info they have already posted about Family dates of birth, pet names etc...