My default Windows 8 geolocation is set to Chicago, IL. Not 'cause I want it to be, but because my wireless broadband provider is providing an IP address that is based out of Chicago, IL. With the exception of turning off geolocation sensors in each browser and turning off Windows 8 location sharing all together, is there a way to change the Windows 8 default (geolocation/graphical) location? Similar to Windows 7 "Region and Language" & "Location and Other Sensors" through the Control Panel. Windows 8 loses these options, providing only "Region" & "Location Settings", neither of which provide you the ability to change location at the City and Street level. Any answers, suggestions?
Typing "Sensors" at the Start Screen offers the "Locations Settings" control panel, where you can disable the Windows Location platform.