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Network connections

(Just a Windows-only tip).

While working for Microsoft, I've found its software to be this double-bladed sword of useful functionality, tangled with suboptimal user interfaces. Here is a screen that is buried deep in the Control Panel interface, but I use nearly every day:


From this page I can quickly turn off Bluetooth and the wireless adapter on my laptop to conserve battery life.

A fun way to open precisely this screen is to open the Run dialog (Windows key + R) and type

In 2016, this GUID still works.