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You can block access to unwanted web content. Here's how to do so with a basic Parental Control tool included free with Windows Content Advisor as a part of Internet Explorer:
Open Internet Explorer by clicking on the "e" icon located at the bottom left of the computer screen. Once the Internet Explorer window opens, look toward the upper right area for the "Tools" button, click on it and then click on Internet Options at the bottom.
• Choose the Content tab and click on the Enable button
• Select filter settings for the categories shown: Language, Nudity, Sex, Violence. The further right you push the slider, the more content is allowed.
• Click on the Approved Sites tab. Here you can type in any specific websites that you might want to be treated specially. You can come back and change this list later, perhaps after feedback from your family.
• Navigate to the General tab, and click on Create Password. This will set you up as Administrator, and prevent other users from altering the Content Advisor settings.
• Click OK until you've exited the wizard. Now you have enabled Content Advisor and can rest assured that your family can only view rated webpages.
You can also configure the firewall to block any web content.
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