The Internet is more vast and diverse than we can ever imagine. It has content of every possible type and is accessible to every age group. There are games, educational videos, music, etc. Not since there is no barrier to what is put out there, but harmful content is also available. And should keep it as far as possible from young kids.
You know, Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers. Luckily, you have this feature in your browser that you can use to keep away explicit content on the Internet. In this risewindows article, we will discuss how you can keep away harmful content from kids by enabling SafeSearch on your Windows 11 or 10.
What is SafeSearch?
Now let us get to know a little about SafeSearch. It is a feature in your browser that can filter out explicit and inappropriate content (images, videos, websites, etc.). And the good thing is that it automatically prevents them from appearing in the search results, ensuring that minors aren’t exposed to any such content.
Google takes this step to make the Internet a safe space for every age group. This way, your kids will independently use the Internet without seeing pornography, gore, violence, and other adult-only topics in the Google search results.
How to Turn On SafeSearch in Google Search?
Use the following steps to enable SafeSearch in Google Search on Windows 11 or 10:-
Step 1: Open Google Chrome on your computer and then type google.com, where you can enable SafeSearch.
Step 2: In the bottom right corner, go to
Step 3: In the window that pops up, go to the
Step 4: In the left sidebar in the “Search Settings”,go to
Step 5: Find
Step 6: Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on
Once you complete all the above steps, it will turn on SafeSearch, and your browser will display the filtered results suitable for children.
Also, note that even if you have SafeSearch turned on, explicit results may sometimes pop up on your screen as it’s not 100% accurate. If it happens, report it to Google immediately.
That is it.
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Also, read How to Enable Local Security Policy (secpol.msc) on Windows 11/10 Home?