|26 Jul 2010||#1|
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How to stop Windows from keeping a history of networks
By default Windows will remember the wireless networks you have connected to. Then, when your out and about it will try to connect back to those networks by doing a broadcast. Very bad thing.
Does anyone know how to stop Windows from behaving like this? You can easily delete these networks, but what if I do not want Windows to even keep the network listed anymore?
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