Microsoft Windows provides multiple ways to govern the use of the computer in your home.
In addition to basic operating-system restrictions, Internet Explorer also incorporates a rating control system within the browser that allows you to limit or restrict mature content.
The entire process just takes a couple minutes to complete.
Please note that nothing is 100% perfect, so we still suggest always having adult supervision around when kids are online.
Select your rating preferences based on your needs and then press the "Apply" button to save your changes.
In Adult Blocker has a function of "black" and "white" lists for online resources in making sites in data sets, access to them is blocked or allowed, regardless of other filtering settings.
While Apple does not allow X-rated or adult content on i Tunes or the App Store, children can still access it on the internet via Safari.
However, parents can restrict access to adult websites on any i OS device. Open the Settings app and navigate to Restrictions then select "Enable Restrictions." 2. You will need this pass code to enable and restrict any settings in the future. Once your pass code is selected scroll down an tap "Websites". This will open a screen where you can choose to block "All Websites," "Limit Adult Content," or block "Specific Websites Only".
Type in a unique password and then press the "OK" button. Click the content type you want to restrict and then move the slider to the desired rating.
This will prevent anyone without the password from changing your ratings. Below the slider is a description of both the content you have selected and the currently selected rating.