Is it safe to share the "Everyone" group in Windows 10?

I have 1 WiFi router in the apartment, which through the Lan connected computer with a shared folder. To the folder indicated access group "All". The laptop works with the same router via WiFi without any problems is included in the shared folder on the computer. When the laptop disconnects from Wi-Fi, a shared folder disappears. Does this mean that access to the folder only users who have connected to my WiFi or everyone in the house who has Wi-Fi have access to my shared folder?
July 2nd 19 at 13:32
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July 2nd 19 at 13:34
Solution
Oh My God.

When you disconnect the laptop from the network, the folder will not disappear - just the laptop can not see it because of the network, um, no. When you turn off the TV, not CNN stops broadcasting.
In the General case, the folder would be visible to all the nodes in the network (everyone who is connected to your router, it does not matter, copper or Wi-Fi).
And those who are connected to other Wi-Fi see? - Waylon commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:37
Of course not, as you imagine it? - mable_Little commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:40
I don't know. Early in the 2000s in the folder network XP had a bunch of folders of other users in the house or something like that. It was possible to see all the documents. Do not understand, but I would like to who got read my docks. And if the router password is admin | admin, anyone can connect and read my docks? - Waylon commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:43
Webmerge router not being here at all. No session level, no netbios, no folders. Your folder will ALL see who is connected to your network, and who is not connected will not, which is kind of obvious. - mable_Little commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:46

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