lol!Ok, you are kinda all over the place here. IF I understand you correctly, you want a free firewall software for windows 7, right?
Why aren't you using the one that Win 7 came with? If you are looking for something with stronger security, go to downloads.com and search for Firewall.
btw, just to clarify, Apple makes their own OS (Called Mac OSX), so they wouldn't use windows.
Not sure what the government has to do with the question...
Not to be rude, but a couple things wrong with your post.lol!
glad you said something cause i would've been rude.
1) Apple Mac uses Mac OS which is based on Unix
2) Windows is based on DOS
3) Mac OS has a built in Firewall
I think what you're looking for is an anti-virus program.
A) Mac's don't get viruses for the time being
Like hawk said.... what the heck does the government have to do with OS's
Not rude at all, but I think you may have misunderstood my post or i wasn't clear enough.Not to be rude, but a couple things wrong with your post.
2) Windows isn't based on DOS, originally ran on top of DOS, hasn't done that for a long time!
A) Mac's can and have gotten viruses
3) Both Mac & Windows have built in firewall
To the OP, I would recommend Zone Alarm, one of my favorite firewalls for windows. It's better than the built in firewall IMHO.
oh i completely agree john, but sometimes people want to switch over to something different without researching. it's like buying a used car without getting the facts sheet or jumping into a pool without knowing how deep it is.This is a friendly forum, no need to be rude.
If Apple did use Windows, they wouldn't be a company makes computers that run a proprietary operating system developed by Apple. Instead, they would be a company that makes Windows-based PC computers, like Dell. They would include the firewall that comes with Windows.Hey everyone,
I understand that Apple doesn't use Windows. If Apple did use Windows, what free software firewall would they use?
I know the Federal Government would be strictly private. Would Apple be the same way?
I have Windows 7 if that helps.