For many businesses, Wi-Fi connectivity is like the wheels on a car; without it there is no way for users to move forward.
With applications heavily dependent on this connection, most remote work and communication cannot be done on Windows without it. Wi-Fi connectivity is a bit different in Windows 10, however, so there are some new features and settings for IT admins to get familiar with. Take this quiz on Windows 10 Wi-Fi to uncover the facts that every administrator needs to know.
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