Sick and tired of hearing bout Pokemon GO? This Chrome extension allows you to block Pokemon GO and all mentions of it from the Internet.
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If you want to block someone on Instagram but still want to keep your account public, here is how you can block anyone without changing the privacy settings.
The new trend seems to be sending spam by SMS on mobile devices. If you want to block SMS from spammers on your iPhone, here’s how it’s done.
If you are someone who is looking for an easy way to block installed programs from running on Windows, here’s how to do that using a portable software called AskAdmin.
Here are two ways to block the volume buttons on your Android to help prevent you or other people from changing the volume levels on your device.
Tired of hearing about the Kardashians, Jenner, and MIley Cyrus? Wish you could block everything related to them? Thanks to these Google Chrome extensions, you can.
If you’re looking to block unwanted emails, particularly certain senders from ever sending you unsolicited messages, Block Sender for Google Chrome is a great solution.
Just last week I’ve posted quick tips on how to save phone extensions and create HTML email signatures. This week, however, I would like to share other tips on preventing in app purchases and blocking your caller ID. At first, you may find these topics a bit boring and irrelevant, but in truth these topics […]
There are times when you need to restrict an application access to the Internet. it could be that you you suspect the application is a malware, or that you don’t want your kids to be able to surf the web on your working PC. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how you […]
While Applocker is a useful feature that allows you to block specific programs in Windows, it comes with one caveat – it is only available in Windows 7 Ultimate and Enterprise edition. Those who are using Home or Starter edition will not be able to use this app. In that post, we will show you […]
AppLocker is a new Windows 7 feature that will allow you to control the usage of your computer’s applications. Just a quick list of things you can do with this new function: Restrict apps to inexperience users: How many times have you lost an entire day because your children have clicked on the wrong button? […]
If you are using Gmail, you will find that it has this habit of adding your email respondents to your contact list. To make it even worst, it even automatically add those contacts to your Google Talk account, making it very cluttered and messy. I am not sure about you, but 99% of the time, […]