Microsoft removing Wi-Fi Network Sharing from Windows 10

    It will be removed on next upcoming update of Windows 10

    Microsoft removing Wi-Fi Network Sharing from Windows 10

    Finally, Today Microsoft stated that they are removing Wi-Fi Network Sharing Feature from Windows 10.

    Microsoft will remove it on next update of Windows 10

    The is the option which allows users to share Wi-Fi login data with friends and contacts robotically via your contacts, though it became a debated reaction because of privacy allegations. Do you really want to share your Wi-Fi codes with everyone in your contacts? Not at all, No of course not.
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    It seems like that was the over-all answer from consumers also so that selection will be removed in the future Windows 10 Insider Preview update, Microsoft says. Public Wi-Fi login information will continue in the app, however.

    The cost of updating the code to keep this feature working combined with low usage and low demand made this not worth further investment. Wi-Fi Sense, if enabled, will continue to get you connected to open Wi-Fi hotspots that it knows about through crowdsourcing.

    Amongst additional variations for initial adopters is backing for downloading Edge browser extensions as of the Windows Store slightly than from a native file. As a consequence, anybody who has extensions installed previously will require to reinstall it this time from the Store, nevertheless won’t essential to uninstall and reinstall yourself again in the upcoming updates. Adblock and Adblock Plus Edge extensions have also been launched with the new build.

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