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I was wondering how i can disable my internet connection without disturbing any function on my computer so I can easily go back and able the internet. Reason: I am trying to prevent my daughter to use the internet

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On your computer.

Click start then run then type in ncpa.cpl

Right clck on Local Area Connection and click disable if you are on the wired connection and Wirelss Network if you are on wireless. Then just reenable if you want to get online.

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