As an average user, you might not want to manage the Windows Firewall. But there are some users who would like to take full control of the Windows 10 computer along with its privacy and security, mainly to create some firewall rules and try to fine-tune their network and make it more secure as possible. If you know what you are working on, then it is totally fine. But if you go beyond and lose the controls along the way, then resetting Windows 10 Firewall settings is the best suitable option because you will definitely lose access to the Internet and create connectivity issues. NOTE: If you really want to reset the Windows 10 Firewall Settings, you need to make sure you have the administrator control. If you do not, Windows 10 will ask you to set an Administrator password. You cannot delete any Firewall rules without the Administrator account. There are three different methods to reset Windows 10 Firewall settings. You can follow any of the methods suitable for your understanding.
Resetting Windows 10 Firewall from the Control Panel is the simplest way.
Now all the rules and the settings you have made in the Windows 10 Firewall will be reset. This will allow you to add a new set of rules based on your requirement or you can just leave it blank.