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how do i block downloads in IE


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demirkol

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i dont my sisters downloading crap from their websites is there a way to block it and put a password?
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i dont my sisters downloading crap from their websites is there a way to block it and put a password?


If by 'crap' you mean malware and the like, putting a password to block them from installing onto your computer won't help the least, so I'm afraid I can't help you with that.

But if you are implying that you just want to ban your sisters from being able to download their own software onto the PC, then now you are just being selfish. If its a family computer, they have just as much right to use and install programs on it as you do. If it is your own laptop or whatever, just set a password onto your main user account and keep it where your siblings can't find it.

Sorry if I sound a bit harsh there...I didn't mean it. Honest. ^^

Edited by cassykins, 03 July 2005 - 07:21 PM.

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they are just downloading programs and i havn't got unlimited downloads and and i got little space on my hard drive
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