Avoid all-in-one software packages that include additional features such as firewalls and registry cleaners.

Basically, you’ll have to pay more for these packages, but most of the features they offer are already built into the pc.

Using them can create redundant services and protections or enable third party protection when it could have been managed more effectively by software built into the operating system.

These types of problems seem to be common because the authors of the firewall were not involved in the design of the operating system.

As a result, when a new program is installed or a user tries to perform a specific task that the operating system should automatically allow, the third-party software will block it.

To avoid such a situation, if you want to buy commercial software, you should basically buy an anti-virus software.