Conserve bandwidth and make sure that you or other using the computer does not access unwanted content using this simple application
Without denying that having unrestricted Internet access surely has its perks, the downside is that you are likely to be bombarded with malware infection, trackers and spyware. This is especially true for companies where downloading certain content can lead to legal action.
URL Disabler is a tool designed to help you prevent the risks of malware and can reduce the risk of accidentally ending up browsing on websites with sensitive, mature, or explicit content.
Add the list of websites and the app does the rest
The app does not require installation and you can simply decompress the archive in the desired location on your computer. The interface is user-friendly and unlikely to give you any troubles, regardless of your experience with similar tools.
Functionality-wise, the program is as simple to use as it looks. Therefore, you can get started by adding the desired URLs or domains to be blocked. You can either add them manually or you can import them from a list, providing you have one. Once you are done adding the links, it is important to hit the Apply Changes and restart the browser for the block to take effect. Reversing can be done any time and entails removing the URLs and following the same steps mentioned above.
It is important to note that the application works with three main browsers, namely Chrome, Firefox, and EDGE Chromium. From the Options menu, you can block the URLs completely as well as any downloads.
A simple tool that prevents accidental browsing to unwanted content
In the eventuality that your company would like to conserve bandwidth for the corporate needs or perhaps, you want to improve overall productivity and help employees stay focused, then perhaps you can consider giving URL Disabler a try.
Although highly beneficial to companies, the program can also come in handy for schools and the home environment where children may wander off to explicit or mature content, especially when they need to do their homework or study.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used URL Disabler and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂