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EDYTA

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I NEED TO BLOCK CERTAIN WEBSITES OR WEBSITES CONTAINING CERTAN INFORMATION OR WORDS. I CALLED MY INTERNET PROVIDER (COMCAST) BUT THEN KNOW LESS THAN I DO. ;) I AM NOT VERY COMPUTER LITERATE SO I BASICLY NEED STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS. I HAVE ONE COMPUTER AT HOME I NEED TO BLOCK THE WEBSITES FOR ALL USERS. I DO NOT WANT TO OPEN SEPARATE ACCOUNT WITH LIMITED ACCESS. EITHER I WILL FIND A WAY TO BLOCK THOSE WEBSITES OR I NEED TO DISCONNECT THE INTERNET. :tazz: I APPRECIATE ANY SUGESSTIONS.

CORRECTION, I HAVE WINDOWS XP.

Edited by EDYTA, 03 August 2005 - 12:33 PM.

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Hi and Welcome,

First off, please disable your caps lock as it looks like you are yelling, there is no need for the caps. Thank you.

Well there a many programs out there that will allow you to do that kind of filtering, might want to check out the links below. ;)

Free parental [bleep] filter
iProtectYou
Control Kids, not free, but has a trial
Free internet filter

Hope that helps. :tazz:

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