Originally Posted by David Ingram
Geesh... the price of being too clever. It can be disabled: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/06/30/windows_10_wi_fi_sense/

Indeed it can - but until someone like you or I tell our wayward friends and family, whose going to know?

I thought WIN 10 was free, so it harkens back to Tad's comments.

Win10 was free for 1 year from release for people who had windows 7 or 8 licenses. It was seen as much as a "we're sorry for foisting Windows 8 on you" move from MS.