Just wondered, as this seems to be a Windows Explorer thing, if this actually means you have access to them and not the other way around. Are you just picking up the SSID or something similar, maybe bluetooth connected, ready for pairing? I do know that Windows 10 seems to display far more info than my Windows 8.1 machine. SSID's, for instance, the number of networks displayed on my Windows 10 is 11, with Windows 8.1, I only get shown 5. Just a thought.
It's been a nice read though, thanks to ukhardy07, as I never gave it a thought about turning WPS back off after I'd finished using it.