How to Disable Windows Firewall via Command on Windows 10

The Windows Firewall is an application that filters information from the Internet that comes to your Windows 10 computer and blocks potentially harmful programs from running. It’s actually very good in protecting your system and data from online threats. There are however instances when you will want to turn off the Windows Firewall from your system. If you would like to do this from the Command Line then you should follow the steps listed below.

How to Disable Windows Firewall via Command on Windows 10

    • Go to the Start Menu
    • Type Command Prompt
    • Right Click on it the select Run as Administrator
    • On the Command prompt type netsh advfirewall set allprofiles state off

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