IPv6 Disable is a simple command-line utility that, as the name implies, helps you disable the IPv6 protocol on your computer. It does not come equipped with complex commands. Actually, it can be handled even by those with no experience in console applications.
No installation necessary
There is no the program files in any part of the hard disk and call its process from a Command Prompt dialog. This is also applicable when saving the app to a removable storage unit to directly launch it on any other computer without installing anything else.
An important aspect worth taking into account is that the tool does not create new entries in the Windows registry or Start menu, so it does not leave any traces behind after removing it.
Simple commands to execute
So, you can disable the IPv6 protocol as well as enable it again at a later time. Unfortunately, the tool does not integrate a command for verifying its current status. Apart from the fact that you can display the help screen any time, there are no other noteworthy options available.
Evaluation and conclusion
As expected, IPv6 Disable has minimal impact on PC performance, since it runs on low CPU and RAM. There were no kind of stability difficulties in our tests because it did not freeze, crash or pop up error messages.
Although it does not integrate rich features, IPv6 Disable delivers a very simple method to toggling the IPv6 protocol status on the computer, and it can be easily used by those who prefer console apps over graphical interfaces.