2 responses to “No Sense using Win10 Wifi Sense

  1. When I first read about this feature, it really made me wonder what they were thinking! Most modern routers set up a guest network for you, so why would I want to share the passcode to personal wi-fi anyway!

    This also makes me even that more aware that when you sign into your system with a Microsoft account instead of a local account, they’re sucking up all sorts of information about your personal computer.

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    • Shane,
      I just upgraded to Win10 at home. Wow. The number of changes you have to make to get even a pretend sense of privacy. The main key is not to sign in with a Microsoft account, only a local account. And don’t use Cortanta or the new Edge browser.

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