One of the things I've found myself frustrated with is the loss of the ability to control the order of connection to known networks under Windows 10 via a GUI interface like existed in earlier versions of Windows.
One can, of course, combine the use of the WiFi Settings to forget networks along with Command Prompt to reorder them, but that splits what should be able to be done into two steps and involves Command Prompt, which a lot of people are not comfortable with.
In doing research on this I discovered a utility called WLAN10, by Bertware (it's freeware and the github download link is on the Bertware page referenced). I have downloaded it, it passes antivirus scanning and scanning by Malwarebytes, and it works like a charm. Although the developer notes you can delete the utility after you've done your cleanup and reordering, anyone who uses a laptop when "out and about" knows that you will collect a long list of network profiles that you'll never use again. This utility makes it quite simple to forget these quickly and easily and to set/unset autoconnect and auto-switch properties.
I hope someone else might find this piece of software as useful as I have. I haven't bought its developer a pizza, at least not yet!
Edited by britechguy, 09 December 2016 - 06:46 PM.