"Don't want wget to do what it currently does? Then change the alias which is a reference to .NET assembly entry point."
And then convince all of your customers to do the same.
You sound like all those people who say that <insert offensive desktop feature here> isn't a problem because I can change it. Yeah, but we aren't *all* hobbyists playing in our bedrooms, so the out-of-the-box behaviour matters. It is what our customers will be using whether we like it or not.