Ever run into a situation where you have multiple wireless networks available, but one is clearly better than the other? WiFi Profile Manager 8 lets you tell your computer which networks are better, so Windows doesn't automatically connect you to the wrong one.
Windows 7 let you tweak these settings from the "Manage Wireless Networks" section of the Control Panel, but the option has been removed in Windows 8. Windows 8 tries to learn your behaviour, which is nice, but potentially confusing, and unhelpful if you want greater control over how you connect.
WiFi Profile Manager is a simple solution. Just start it up, click on a network, and the right-click it to move it around in the list (or get rid of it entirely). It's completely portable, so you don't need to install anything either.
WiFi Profile Manager 8 is a free download for Windows only.