Windows Firewall Control 4.9.9.4

Windows Firewall Control extends the default firewall included with every Windows version. It can be integrated into Windows Shell and simplifies every operation you have made in Windows Firewall.

Windows Firewall Control provides four filtering presets from „No filtering” to „High filtering” and runs quietly runs in system tray.

It can be protected with a password denying any unauthorized uninstallation and it automatically deletes every automatically added ruls outside Windows Firewall Control. It has quick access to customizable firewall rules directly from the Windows Firewall Control interface, with option to set local and remote ports, or even delete them right away.

You have multiple ways to create, edit and delete firewall rules and also to view recently blocked connections and create new rules from the logs: inbound and outbound.

It is a must-have application for those that stick with Windows Firewall and want to obtain more from this software. Network administrators will love it also because of its options and low impact on system resources.

What's New in Windows Firewall Control 4.9 :

- Improved: The performance of Connections Log was increased by 47% on multi-core systems by using parallel computing.
- Fixed: In Windows 10, local/remote IP and local/remote port are switched for inbound connections when they are displayed in Connections Log. The switching should operate only on Windows 7 and Windows 8 since this is already fixed by Microsoft in Windows 10.
- Fixed: Find duplicates functionality from Rules Panel does not detect some duplicates if the path contains different upper/lower characters.

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Rating: 3 from 4 (vote s ) Comments:

Very possibly it is a nifty little program, however, why did
you NOT mention that it not compatible with Windows XP

  • Rating: 1
  • Posted by: stefan
  • Date: 27 Sep 2011

Very usefull program, I use it since version 2.0 and I must say it is a very good program, and the support is outstanding.

  • Rating: 5
  • Posted by: Stan
  • Date: 20 Sep 2011
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