I’ve got multiple entries for some products show on the firewall tab. Microsoft photos, for example, seems to update itself regularly and each new version ends up getting its own rule. Quite annoying as I don’t use the product…
I’d quite like to simply delete all of these rules, but currently I need to hover over each one, click the tiny “x”, move the mouse to click the OK/Cancel dialog box (which can’t be turned off) and then move onto the next one.
- Let me turn these annoying confirmation dialog boxes off.
- Let me shift click to select multiple rules and delete them all with one click.
- Let me add a filter to the Apps column, so I can display only those applications which I’m interested in
- Add some functionality to remove rules which are no longer applicable. microsoft.photos.exe only requires one rule - the rest are all historical, so give me some way of removing these historical entries.
The graphs and suchlike are lovely to look at but the functionality within the Glasswire UI is lacking. What should be a simple task is going to take 20 minutes of manual clicking. At this rate, it’s easier to fire up the windows firewall app and delete them in there, using precisely the method requested in (2)
However, at this point I’m wondering why I’m using Glasswire at all, if I have to break out Windows utilities to perform this action?