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The W - Internet & Computers - Browser question
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Since: 10.7.03
From: Decatur, Illinois

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Hey there:

Was curious. We have 5 people using the same pc (A family pc). We try not to censor what we look at, but would like to obviously keep the younger ones from seeing what could be more mature then they are ready for.

Is there a way to put a username/password into any of the browsers that we use, (IE, Firefox and Opera).

Any help would be great.

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Since: 16.4.05
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You could just clear out the history when you're done, or create seperate computer logins so everyone will have their own browser.

I'm sure someone else can explain better than me.
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Since: 9.12.01
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Net Nanny has a free 15 day trial. I remember hearing good things about this a long time ago when I was working tech support. It looks like the full version is under $40.

Willful ignorance of science is not commendable. Refusing to learn the difference between a credible source and a shill is criminally stupid.
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Mr. Boffo, I've had the same thing happen, but only when the media player is part of a webpage. I just switch to fullscreen and back, and the video returns. Not a permanent fix, but it works.
- lagboyz_jfk, Windows Media Player possible bug (2005)
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