I cannot provide screenshots right now as i have it already installed on my system,but here is the link from Majorgeeks for download Download Comodo Firewall - MajorGeeks
Pay attention to opt out (just in case) the AV and Comodo browser when installing.
Don't install the beta on your production system. After running the installer, you'll see the first window with an "option" button. Click it to see the modules, and untick the ones you don't want to install.
It works flawlessly (at least for me).I'm using it on a windows 11 laptop fully updated paired with NOD 32 AV. Never ever had any problems.(before purchasing the ESET's license i've had CFW along with kaspersky Free still having no problems of any kind).
On my second old laptop (2012) in fact i have this combo ,CFW and Kaspersky Free without issues. Win 11 fully updated too.
PS.As @rhythm mentioned, forget the beta version for now and use the old version.
I don't recommend using Comodo stable or beta on your production system, Windows 11 or 10. Comodo stable doesn't support Windows 11. They have not updated it since January 2021, so its compatibility with Windows 10 22H2 is uncertain. If you still want to use Comodo on these operating systems, do it at your own risk.
I am using CFW from the early releases,3 as i remember. And never had any issues on my systems from Vista to windows 11 .As i already mention in my previous post ,CFW is working as it should "at least for me". And btw, if on the software's site (and this is in general) doesn't show compatible with windows 11, doesn't mean that you cannot try the software yourself and see how it works.
PS.I tried few months ago PFW (Privatefirewall) that is more outdated than Comodo and guess what, works perfectly on windows 11.Tested it for a week or so.(sorry for OT).
I've been using Comodo since it launched with no major issues. However, just because I haven't had problems doesn't mean others haven't. It's not wise to recommend officially incompatible software, even if it works well for you. You can share your experience, but users should decide whether to use the officially incompatible software at their own risk. I'm using the beta on my production system and the stable version on a kid's system, both at my risk.
The major issue without unsupported security software are the unknown bugs and potential vulnerabilities that could make your system a target to modern malware (unknown to the user). That's not to say PrivateFirewall wasn't great during it's prime days. But as with the latest version of Immunet, how long before the latest fixes are no longer considered safe? It's the same with PrivateFirewall which was last updated circa 2013.
List of fixes for Immunet's final release:
CVE-2023-20197, CVE-2023-20052 , CVE-2022-43680, CVE-2022-25314, CVE-2022-23990, CVE-2022-40670, CVE-2022-22825, CVE-2023-28322, CVE-2023-28320, CVE-2023-28321, CVE-2023-23914, CVE-2023-23915, CVE-2023-23916, CVE-2023-27533, CVE-2023-27534, CVE-2023-43551, CVE-2023-45552, CVE-2022-46908, CVE-2022-37434, CVE-2023-28484, CVE-2023-29469, CVE-2022-3786, CVE-2022-3602.