Have To Turn Off Firewall To Connect To Internet Away From Home
When I'm away from home I often have to turn off the BD firewall and use the Windows one (or nothing) in order to be able to connect to the Internet...generally I assume that the non-Microsoft version of something is preferable so what is the solution here? Is it ok to use both, or do I need to keep switching back and forth each time I go somewhere?
I'm running Windows 7 64-bit and BD Internet Security 2010 on an hp laptop.
(The BD firewall is set to Allow Known Programs, would a possible compromise be running the Windows Firewall with the BD one set to Game Mode? I don't mind switching firewalls if that's the safest way to go, but it would be nice if I didn't have to.)