Like the_Monk said, the cat is already out of the bag. And with MS and Intel building backdoors into everything, there is bugger-all chance of stemming the flow.... it'd be like the little Dutch boy with his finger in the dyke.
Even VPNs are likely to be vulnerable to oganisations with the right equipment to crack them: eg, the CIA; the FBI; Homeland Security: MI5: KGB and others.
Nope, a silly little browser claiming to be secure is no defence. Governments and large corporations made sure of that.... and Windows 10 is the least secure against backdoor intrusions of all Windows editions, MS deliberately made it that way.
A VPN, however, may protect against ISPs and some lesser government agencies snooping on some of your online dealings.
Having said that, if one has nude or compromising photos of one's self, I suggest deleting them with a high quality file scrubber, cos hiding them in an encrypted folder is a virtual invitation to prying minds [like mine] to unencrypt it.