Google Chrome: How To Block A Website
Posted: Aug 17, 2019
Google Chrome is amongst the top and widely used web browsers across the globe. Chrome has become an official Google browser with loads of convenient browsing features. The majority of Internet users use Google Chrome as the default browser on their PC, laptop and even on smartphones. Besides its easy to use features and add-ons, several users do not know how to block a website with Google Chrome. Blocking a website is as easy as it sounds. If you do not know how to block a website on Google Chrome then you have to the right place. I have mentioned a pair of detailed steps to block a website in Google chrome.
Source:- Google Chrome: How To Block A WebsiteUsing Block Site In Google ChromeUsing the block site feature of Chrome is amongst the basic and best ways to block any website with the browser. Chrome provides a built-in feature to help users block any website they want. The browser has several amazing features and it is one of them. If you face any issue with a website and want to block it, follow the listed apps below to do so:
Open the block site page that allows you to block any particular page or website.
Click on Add to Chrome.
Click on the Add extensions option available.
There lies an option of block site, click on it.
After that, click on Edit block sites list and enter the URL of the website you want to block.
Press Enter and confirm to block it permanently.Using Personal Blocklist Of Google ChromeBlocking a website by using Chrome’s personal blocklist is quite convenient for you if you wish to block a website in Google Chrome. To perform the action with this feature:
Update Google Chrome by opening it.
Choose help from the settings menu.
Click on about Google Chrome and click on the RELAUNCH option available there.
After that, open the Personal blocklist page by clicking on the Add to Chrome.
Click on Add extension
Go on a website you want to block.
There will be a personal blocklist icon in blue.
Click on Block current host.
Click on the back option.
Then allow personal blocklist incognito mode by clicking on select more tools.
Click extensions and then click on details. Scroll down and enable incognito mode.JEANNE E. WINFIELD arrived on the cybersecurity scene in the early 2000s when virus and malware were still new and slowly evolving. Her longtime affair with writing with an interest in the cybersecurity industry, combined with her IT degree, has contributed to experience several aspects of security suite industry such as blogging at norton.com/setup.
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