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can we banned some website on our computer???
kia hum apney computer per kuch websites ko band ker saktey hain i mean k jab koi un websites ko access kerna chahey to na ker paye jaisa k hamarey campus mai hota hai wahan say koi or site nai khul saktii????????
Method 1: The Advanced one (more secure)
Windows uses a HOSTS (located in %systemdrive%/windows/system32/drivers/etc) file to maintain a personal list of web addresses. Any time a request is made for a URL, the HOSTS file will be checked first. If a corresponding address is found you will be directed to that IP without first consulting a DNS Server. The original intent of this file was to define where sites exist; we will use it in this context to define where they don’t exist. Lets first look at a HOSTS file entry
This is the loopback address for your machine for those cases where an application needs to reference the local machine by IP address- the loopback address will always be valid. This entry should never be changed.
Now lets add an entry to block
We are telling our local machine that Yahoo actually exists on the local machine. Any request for www.yahoo.com will be directed to the local machine and therefore effectively blocked. You could also use the IP of another website if you wanted to be creative.
Open Internet Explorer. In the Menubar click Tools → Internet Options → Content. In the Content Advisor box, click Enable.
Click the Approved Sites tab. Enter the address of the website.
Keep in mind - if you want to block the complete website put * in front. For example to block myspace completely, type *.yahoo.com
Click Never and then OK.
Click on the General tab and make sure to select Users can see websites that have no ratings
Enter a password you can remember easily with a hint.
Click OK to safely surf the Internet.
for visual guidance please visit: http://www.wikihow.com/Block-a-Website-in-Internet-Explorer-7
Please Provide Some Details..
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