OpenDNS already offered a great content filtering tool that you could set up on your home Wi-Fi router. Now the DNS provider is making it easier to block impressionable eyes from adult content. Block Adult Content Using OpenDNS The fast, effective, and easiest way to properly block and filter content is to use the OpenDNS service. OpenDNS is a public DNS service that can intercept and filter or block the content according to your settings.
1. Find your child or family member's name and tap on the Content filters card. 2. Tap on web and search > turn on Filter inappropriate websites. 3. Now mature websites will be blocked and searches will be filtered in Bing. This feature only works in Microsoft Edge, so other browsers will be blocked on your child or family member's device. Adult Filter is a potentially unwanted application If your browser has been affected by Adult Filter add-on, every time you start your web browser you can see an unknown site. Of course you may setup your start page again, but next time you start a web-browser you will see that an unwanted site return.
How to block websites for kids on Windows To filter websites and search results that are not suited for young members, use these steps: Open Settings. Click on Accounts. Click on Family. Pi-Hole as a free parental filter? Yep, PiHole can help keep your kids away from that naughty content in addition to it's principal use as a Linux network-level advertisement and Internet tracker blocking application. Yup PiHole still functions as your local DNS sinkhole, and optionally a DHCP server on your home network blocking traditional website.
At the top, you'll see the SafeSearch filter. Put a check on the "Filter explicit results" to switch to SafeSearch. Properly setting this will block pornographic images from your searches; even provocative searches, such as for the word "sex," will return images that may be suggestive, but no more so than you might find on network television. 2. Click the "Turn on web filtering" circle. This will enable web filtering. After clicking this circle, you'll see three web filtering options here: Strict - Blocks all sites except kid-oriented ones. Basic - Blocks only adult sites. Custom' - Allows you to click up to four categories you wish to allow: "Child-friendly websites", "Social.