Internet Explorer comes preinstalled on most Windows-based
If you use Internet Explorer, you may run into the issue
where the Internet browser does not open for some reason when you attempt to
Usually that's caused by a minor flaw in your computer, one
you can correct without too much effort or time.
Run the anti-virus software you have on your computer and perform a full system
scan. Sometimes if a virus or malware infects your computer, it blocks Internet
Explorer from launching.
Once the scan has finished, remove any bugs or infections
your software found on your computer and attempt to relaunch Internet Explorer.
Shut down the computer and restart it.
Sometimes just restarting the computer can correct any error
you are having.
Click the "Start" button, followed by
The Control Panel window will load with a variety of system
icons. Select "System."
Select "System Update" and allow your computer
to connect to the Internet (no browser is required) and Windows tells you if
any updates for your system are available.
Install these updates and your issues with Internet Explorer
Launch a different web browser (such as Firefox or
Safari). Using one of these browsers, you can usually access the Internet; you
could try to download an updated version of Internet Explorer to correct the
older version that's not loading.
Turn Off Google's Safe Search
Google's preference page allows users to customize settings
and options that help utilize searches to the viewer's needs.
One of those options is Google's filtering tool.
This tool contains three filtering options that will filter
your results completely, with moderate safety, or it will not filter the search
results at all.
Google's filtering preferences also filter and determine
what kind of keywords and keyword phrases appear in the Google search bar.
Click on "Preferences" on the left side of the search bar of the
Google Home Page.
You will be directed to Google's "Preferences"
Scroll down until you locate the "Safe Search Filtering"
section of the page.
You will see three safe search options: "Use Strict Filtering,"
"Use Moderate Filtering," and "Do Not Filter My Search Results."
Click the "Do Not Filter My Search Results" option to check
the option and click the "Save Preferences" button to save your changes.
Google guide making it easier
Editing SafeSearch Filters