I asked what was a good firewall that was easy to use and Online Armor was suggested, so I installed and am using it. But - every time I do something like download and install a new application, such as I've recently been trying to do to get a decent music file downloader and editor for copying music off of an old reel to reel - at every step along the way of installing the program I get a question from Online Armor about should they allow or block something - but there's no way of knowing what that "something" is. So what good is that? Case in point - I couldn't get Audacity to run, even with turning off all my security apps, so I downloaded another suggeted app. While trying to install that, I again got question after question from Online Armor asking if it should allow or block something - and the only information given was the name of the file or whatever it is - i.e. "IGB4TP1 10.03.02" Now just how am I supposed to have any idea of what that is? And if it's harmful or not? Just because it's associated with the application doesn't necessarily mean it's OK - I once lost an entire nearly new hard drive and all the info to a bug placed in a security program I downloaded off of this very site. And after over an hour working with an MS tech - not just the help desk - he told me I was screwed. So how does asking all those questions actually help someone if you have no clue and no way of finding out what the item is? Isn't there any kind of firewall that can determine what is harmful and what is not on it's own? Or at least not ask so many useless questions?