I have just done a factory restore, and then installed all of the updates to make sure it's up to date and everything is fine and works. I removed what I deemed unnecessary and not crucial to the vital function of the system. In Control Panel>Network Connections, there are 2 objects, one is "vEthernet (Wi-Fi)", under it it says Enabled, and Hyper-V Virtual Ethernet Adapter and the other object says "Wi-Fi", under it it says my network name, then 802.11ac Wireless LAN Card". If I uninstall or disable the Hyper-V Virtual Ethernet Adapter, it will re-install or re-enable itself after restarting the computer. It wasn't always there, it showed up shortly after I factory restored and updated the computer with Windows Update. I uploaded a screenshot of Windows Features. The last time I asked someone (I actually made a thread about it on this site before, but can't find it) how to remove this object from Network Connections, they told me to uninstall "Hyper-v" in Windows Features. I have almost nothing on my computer, and next to nothing in Windows Features, and I can't figure out how to permanently remove Hyper-V Virtual Ethernet Adapter, because I haven't found a reason that I need it, and I haven't confirmed that it is necessary or crucial to the function of the system. If there is someone who knows something about this Virtual Ethernet Adapter that I don't, like why I should leave it alone, I'd appreciate your input. How can I permanently remove Hyper-V Virtual Ethernet Adapter? Thanks for your help.
edit: I disabled something in Services called "Hv Host Service" and don't see Hyper-V in Network Connections