Windows 10 has a built-in firewall which helps protect your computer from malicious software and unauthorized access. But there are times when you may want to turn off the firewall for troubleshooting or other reasons. In this blog, we’ll show you how to disable the Windows 10 Firewall in a few easy steps. Learn How to Turn Off Firewall on Windows 10?
How to Turn Off Firewall on Windows 10?
- Open the Control Panel Window
To open the Control Panel window, click on the Start button and type “Control Panel” in the search box. This will bring up a list of options, and you should click on “Control Panel” to open it.
- Select System & Security
Once you have opened the Control Panel window, select “System and Security” from the list of options that appear on the left side of the window. This will bring up additional options in the right pane, and you should select “Windows Defender Firewall” from this list.
- Turn Off Firewall
At this point, you should see two options – one to turn off firewall for private networks, and one to turn it off for public networks. If you want to completely disable firewall protection, simply check both boxes and click OK at the bottom of the window.
- Confirm Turning Off Firewall
A confirmation box will appear; simply click Yes if you want to proceed with disabling your firewall protection. If not, click No to cancel out of this step without making any changes to your settings.
Intended Audience: Windows 10 users who need assistance turning off their firewall for troubleshooting or other reasons
Disabling your Windows 10 Firewall is a simple process that only takes a few minutes once you know where everything is located inside of Control Panel! With these steps outlined above, any user can easily turn off their firewall protection without needing any technical assistance or knowledge! Remember though – if you do choose to turn off your firewall protection it is strongly recommended that you only keep it disabled while performing specific tasks as leaving it disabled could leave your system more vulnerable than before! With all that said – good luck!