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Unlocking Content Advisor

A window appears EVERY time I change web pages or websites. There are no children in this house. I use the computer to keep in touch with them but I'm tired of unlocking that box. My internet provider is Wild Blue and they have merged with Google and we are experiencing a variety of problem but no one seems to know about this one. PS Please reply in English

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Content advisor is part of internet explorer ... go to internet properties and disable content advisor there ...

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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