How To Disable Wi-Fi Sense In Windows 10

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And every once in a while, when I think that when i assemble my "next' desktop, I will probably have to go to Win10, information like this makes me re-think the issue. Glad to have stayed with Win 8.1 after being forced to leave Win7. (But I should probably check my wife's laptop I guess.) Thanks for the infoo and tutorial. :)
 

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Also, the options here are different if you log in with an MS account or a local account.

All of my systems log in with a local account, so some of those options and defaults are not available.

For instance, "Connect to networks shared by my contacts" does not exist.
 

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Back in November, I spent $1200 to wire the whole house with Cat6e / coax dual gang outlets in every room.

Yes, I have 2.4/5Ghz wireless but that’s restricted to phones and tablets and I do NOT offer a guest wireless to family and friends.

All of our PCs are on the latest Win10 build, and those have everything non-essential to boot and run disabled/removed. Quicker boot, less BS.
 
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Lol, making an article with an outdated/unregistered version of Windows so all the menus are not like they are with the up to date version. Well done!
 
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