Stupid devices which needs stupid programs to do what a perfectly capabable standard Windows configuration tool should be doing seems to be more the rule that the exception.
- The worst part is that Windows seems to support that ridiculous way of doing it. i.e. the Wi-Fi configuration tool has an option to transfer control to a 3rd party program.
(To be fair, this seems to be getting a bit less frequent lately).
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