I'm looking for a simple, user friendly firewall for Windows 10 that enables the user to explicitly allow or block outgoing traffic per application. Or in some cases, only allow an application to connect to specific domains or addresses.
In the past I have used "Tiny Firewall" in the Windows 2000 and XP for many years, and it worked just great (too bad it's discontinued and doesn't work on Windows 7 and later). On Mac I have used "Little Snitch", that works perfectly.
Is there something similar that works on Windows 10?
I've tried a few, but they are either horribly user-unfriendly, or have extremely complex interfaces (it is supposed to be used by a regular Windows user, not an IT expert), or you have to go through all sorts of tedious processes and define tons of custom rules in advance.
Basically, whenever an application wants to connect, I want to get a popup giving me the option to always allow it, always block it, or just allow or block it to the specific domain or IP it's connecting to (and for other destinations, ask again).
The way Little Snitch on OS X does it is exactly what I'm looking for:
Does anyone have a recommendation for a Windows 10 compatible firewall that works like that?
(P.S. I found a few similar questions, but they were either outdated and the recommended solutions don't work in Windows 10, or there was no particular answer meeting the above criteria - I really need it to be simple)