Question about Blue Coat Systems Computers & Internet
1. Go to the Start Menu and click on "Control Panel"
2. Go to the "Programs and Features" section to remove the Blue Coat K9 Web Filter. If you have Windows XP, click on "Add or Remove Programs."
3. Locate the Blue Coat K9 Web Filter entry--the "Programs and Features" window will show you a list of all programs on your computer in alphabetical order. Scroll down until you find the Blue Coat K9 Web Filter and click "Uninstall."
4. Reboot your computer for the changes to take effect.
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