Internet "content advisor"

  hatters1980 11:18 02 Mar 2007

Have recently turned content advisor on, now need to turn it off. Can't remember process. Can I get help online as I don't understand too well the process in help options. Have an older version of windows, it is slightly different to windows xp.

  Diodorus Siculus 11:54 02 Mar 2007

What version do you have? If Win98:

It can be accessed by choosing "Tools" from the menu at the top of the browser. Then choose "Internet Options" and then click on the "Content" tab. After that click the "Enable" button to configure the browser based on content in four categories: Violence, Nudity, Sex and Language.

When these are set, the browser will prompt the Web surfer to enter a password when a questionable page is detected.

If you lose the password, there's no getting around the problem except with a little computer surgery. You're going to have to cut into the bowels of Windows to fix it. This can be a little scary, but it's quite straightforward.

click here

  brundle 12:00 02 Mar 2007

Or remove it with this small download; click here

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