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Hi Pete, For most home users the net available option would be used but the Raspberry pi is used in lots of different ways and due to it's portability the pi may be running sensors, a remote camera, be part of an array of PI's connected to a master server pi through the hotspot, in the field science projects. So connected devices don't always require internet access. The hotspot in these cases are used to access the Pi via ssh/vnc to mod software and settings. So the guide gives the user the option not to include network access to connected devices. It still can be connected to the Net via an Ethernet cable and software updated via that route. The related guides for autohotspot scripts come in an internet and non internet version and they are both equally used.