Control Google Search restrictions

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This article shows how to easily set Google Search results restrictions.

In the top right corner of a Google Search page, click the bolt icon (tools) and click “Search Settings”.

You will then be prompted with a screen (as seen below) that allows you to choose if you want “no filtering” which includes all the dirties, or “Moderate”, which still seems to include the dirty stuff.  or choose “Strict” which definitely shows only clean content.

Scroll down and click “Save”.  Now your search results should look different.


About Daniel Gauthier

work as a peace officer in various forms. Daniel wrote a book in 2009 called “Tech-Knowledgy” which got him on television and radio a few times. The concept behind the book was “to level the playing field between computer techs and non-techies so they don’t get take advantage of”. Daniel has a couple certifications including MCP and A+; he is preparing to write the Network+ exam and has studied CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and CHFI (Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator). Daniel has run his own computer service business “TwinBytes” since 2004. He has done a few talks on cyber security and generally enjoys training, educating and helping others.