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Windows 10's Wi-Fi Sense is not a security risk

This article explains why Windows 10's Wi-Fi Sense is not a security risk: Windows 10's Wi-Fi Sense is not a security risk. Here's why.

Windows 10 uses peer-to-peer networking to distribute updates

Windows 10 uses peer-to-peer networking to distribute updates by default. This can be a concern if you're using metered (data cap) access through a cell phone or a phone running Windows 10.
Read how to manage this feature here: Windows 10 uses peer-to-peer networking to distribute updates by default.

Don't be scammed by Windows 10 Upgrade e-mail messages

Microsoft doesn't send out e-mails with ZIP files attached to upgrade your computer to Windows 10. Check out this informative article: Scammers capitalise on Windows 10's popularity in latest ploy.

April 29, 2015 - Updated Mitel Mobility Services

Check out our latest pricing and offers for 4G/LTE and 3G wireless mobility on our Mitel Mobility page.

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Gamewood offers an unlimited wireless data plan for $71.25/month on both 4G/LTE and 3G networks.  See our Mitel Mobility page for details.

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