It seems that the beta version is no longer available due to downloads that have a validity period. Probably, the official version ver.3 will be released soon, so you have to wait for it.Hi anyone try or know how to get 2.99.13 version? Thks
Thank you! I'll try it later! Wfc is not bad, but I want to create a rule from the log, so I want to migrate if there are no problems.
The only change in 2.1.15 compared to 2.1.14 is that it will not offer you an upgrade to version 3.0 if you are running a 32-bit machine. That is because TW v3 is 64-bit only.Ver.2.1.15 has also been released for the official board. Currently trying. Connections to the previously failed Microsoft Store are no problem in this version.
Thanks for answering small questions. If that is the case, I can understand.That choice of colors has been that way since TnyWall was born more than 8 years ago. I guess changing that now would confuse a lot of users.
But to try to explain why it is to: These colors are meant for the user. Green is the recommended setting and the normal mode, this is why green, it is supposed to encourage the user. Red is dangerous and not recommended because it allows all apps to go out. Red is used to discourage the user in this case. Yellow is not dangerous, so not red, but still a warning that the firewall is blocking everything, so any kind of networking will not work. The color of warnings is typically yellow everywhere else too.
I know these are not typically the colors that other firewalls use, but I wanted you to know what is the general idea here. TinyWall's colors make more sense if you think about them as status indicators to the user, and not as firewall rule colors.