WFC, Not bad at all, all guides have a problem if they are required a lot, but for normal everyday, WFC works.
If i remember correctly you use Windows Firewall without any "extension" but block everything by default?My favorite Windows Firewall "extension" (even if i dont use it anymore).
yes.If i remember correctly you use Windows Firewall without any "extension" but block everything by default?
Lazy Way: (fast and easy)Sadly my old thread gone after the false ban, so i don't have your post any more. Can you please told me again how did you handle this?
I hope that this wasn't another user
I dont see big CPU consumes with torrenting, the new version 2.2.210 is very cpu friendly, see for yourself:I think for an advanced firewall there are better options than GlassWire and it also consumes more than acceptable CPU. If you do torrenting then GlassWire is a big no as it consumes massive CPU and it's a known issue which they officially acknowledged.
WFC is a great option to manage Windows Firewall. You can set it up to ask for your permission before a program tries to connect to internet, make permanent allow/block rules.
SimpleWall is another great option but it's not an UI for Windows Firewall lilke WFC, it's based on Windows Filtering Platform. It blocks all inbound connections by default and would ask for your permission when a program tries to create an outbound connection.