Last month Microsoft debuted its first major update to Windows 10, technically called version 1607 but generally known as the Anniversary Update. You may have seen stories around the web delving into the update's general improvements including a smarter Cortana, Edge extensions and Windows Ink, but rarely have the Anniversary Update's new Wi-Fi and networking features and interfaces been discussed.
In this story I'll go into detail about these changes -- useful knowledge whether you're a network admin, an IT pro, or just a tech enthusiast. If you ever help with troubleshooting connections or are just a regular old user of networks, knowing the interface changes and new features can really help.
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