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This Is a Quick and easy way to block websites on your computer that you don't want some one to get on. Also be sure to Run As Administrator on notepad in windows Vista & 7 to block the the sites.

How To Block a Website (XP):
1.Go To Start And Run
2.Enter This in The Run Box: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc
3.Open Host With Notepad
4.Type In 127.0.0.1 and The website you want to block
5.Save And Now The Site Is Block


How To Block a Website (Vista & 7):
1.Go To Start, On the Search Bar type notepad, then right click and select run as administrator
2.Select file, then open
3. On the bottom of file name type: C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\etc\hosts
4.Type In 127.0.0.1 and The website you want to block
5.Save And Now The Site Is Block

If you need help, please contact me at YouTube
Was Seeing that Some People Are Having Problems. The Simple Answer To just Be Sure You Are Running In Administrator On Notepad.
That Will Fix The Problem of Access Denied
How To Block Websites (Vista & Windows 7)
You Can Block Any Website You Want

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