Letting your children use the Internet for personal and school use is a common practice. There is a world's worth of information available for research online. Unfortunately, there is also adult-only appropriate content on the Internet as well. To help keep your children from viewing inappropriate sex sites, Internet Explorer has a content filter that you can use to block sites. By activating the content filter, you can limit your child's browsing activities to children appropriate web content.
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Click the "Tools" drop-down box located in the upper right-hand corner of "Internet Explorer", then click "Internet Options."
Click the "Content" tab, then click the "Enable" button in the "Content Advisor" section of the pop-up menu.
Click the "Nudity" and "Sexual Content" sections in the "Content Advisor", then move the slider all the way to the left.
Click the "Apply" button, then the "OK" button. Any sites that contain content that falls into the "Nudity" or "Sexual Content" descriptions will not be displayed when browsing the Internet.
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