In Windows 10 Anniversary Update has been introduced the Random Hardware Addresses feature, which allows spoofing MAC-address each time you connect to Wi-Fi in order to complicate the tracing of connected computer.

After fresh installation of the Creators Update, I can't find such option. Does anyone know if this feature was deleted?


The Random Hardware Address feature has not been removed in the Creators Update. It can still be found by going to Start > Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi

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The feature does exist in Creators Update. In my case, the problem was with the W-Fi driver. The initial version of driver doesn't support this functionality but once I updated my driver, the feature appears in the settings.

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