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Locking the host file


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Guest_Tony_*

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Just wondering if my host file is locked, could this stop some downloads?
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Johanna

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All a host file does is make it faster for Windows to retrieve information from websites. You can set your hosts file to not permit specific sites, but you cannot control downloads, drive-by or intentional, with it.

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Cool thank you.
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