Never mind.

Online Armor actually worked excellent. It didn't slow anything down. Once you install it, it allows programs and stuff that it recognizes by default. You can go in, and disable it, so that it will block everything no matter what. Just because its trusted, doesn't mean you want it accessing the internet.

Take Office, Adobe software, AutoDesk software. All meant to be used offline. If I'm using Office, I have absolutely no need to go onto the internet. Like if I'm just writing something in Word. Yet it always attempts to access the internet no matter what you do. There's no reason for Word to be accessing the internet when using it for completely offline purposes.