You can't opt out of installing the browser, but you can choose not to use it.
Comodo Free Firewall will offer to change your DNS (domain name resolution service) provider to Comodo Secure DNS for more faster, safer browsing.
You'll be notified when a new application or service wants internet access, and you can allow or block it with a single click.
Microsoft began building its own firewall into Windows and that's still the case today, but attacks still happen and additional software can make your system even more secure.
These are the firewall apps we think you should consider using no matter which version of Windows you're running.
Comodo Free Firewall sits in a small window at the top right of your desktop, providing one-click access to sandboxed versions of Chrome, Firefox and Comodo Browser for safer surfing.
You can also run any other programs in a sandbox – ideal if you enjoy experimenting with free software.
A neat little app that gives you extra control of Windows' own firewall Tiny Wall is better known for what it doesn't do than what it does: unlike some free firewalls it doesn't interrupt you with pop-up warnings about what seems to be every second bit of data.