As for MAC ID usage: an acquaintance lives near the Washington Beltway (Beltway Bandit). per his comments, there is a roadway nearby that measures the average speed of a vehicle based on any MAC IDs picked up from that vehicle at two different points. If the vehicle speed is too fast, the traffic lights ahead go on red longer. Therefore he keeps his WiFi on his iPAD and iPhone OFF unless being used! For that matter, many of the traffic monitoring businesses use the MAC ID from passing cars to determine traffic speeds, not just cameras and road surface sensors. Even a casual glance at any news-media traffic monitoring site or any Maps program (eg:Google Maps) with the traffic flow enabled should notice the surprising coverage they offer. There are simply not that many sensors in the road surfaces or cameras in all of the locations to give the detailed flow info. All of the drivers are not using WAZE or Google Maps with their GPS enabled. Near Nashville, I observed nearly minute-by-minute changes in the Google-recommended route that I should take to bypass the traffic jams going past downtown Nashville.
I'm still using 7, not updating to 10 yet. Can't decide.
Looks like there's a big update though:
For example, after the update, IT managers will get control over how their Windows 10 devices get updated within their organization.
If you're talking about from prior versions of Windows, I'm trying this product out tonight and will report back:I'm not happy that you can not control windows 10 updates. [...]