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The Firewall can be turned off from within the Control Panel.

 

You're basically removing a layer of security (which admittedly wasn't too effective on XP) from your computer. However if you're behind a NAT/firewalled router, you should be protected from most attacks.

 

If you still want protection, Comodo do a decent firewall program, which allows program control and real time protection for incoming and outgoing connections to your computer. (Link in this thread: https://forums.prodjex.com/topic/2091-free-alternative-software-list/)

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1.       Click the widows key or icon

2.       Click Control Panel

3.       Click system and security

4.       Click on windows firewall

5.       Click on turn widows firewall on or off from the left panel

6.       Your done

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