Gaming Websites Not Blocked At School: Allowed To Play.

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Many children in school are mischievous and naughty. They like to play games on the computer during their lab period without the permission of the teacher. Which are the gaming websites not blocked at school?

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Gaming Websites Not Blocked At School: Allowed To Play.

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1. Blob Thrower 2: It is a puzzle and action game. It is a five level game. The objective of this game is to bring two yellow balls together. We can play it with the help of mouse.

2. Earn To Die V1: We can control the car using arrows keys. We can accelerate the car by up key and break by down key.

3. TG Motor Cross 2: It is a motor racing game, and you should not fall.

4. Call of Duty Crossfire: It is a shooting game where we need to shoot our enemies and save the world.

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Gaming Websites Not Blocked At School: Allowed To Play.

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If you don’t want your students to play games during their computer lab subject or visit gaming websites, you simply need to block those websites from their computers. When you block a website from a computer, the user will not be able to access that website no matter what browser he uses. To do this, launch Windows Explorer then navigate to “C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc”.

Look for the file called “hosts” and open it with Notepad or any text editor program or double-click it and select “Notepad”. Place your cursor at the end of the last line which will say something like “127.0.0.1 localhost” then press Enter to create a new line.

Below that line, type without quotes “127.0.0.1”, press the space bar to insert a space, and then type the address of the website you want to block. For example without quotes, “127.0.0.1 www.facebook.com”.

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Enter all the websites you want to block then when you are finished, save the file then open your web browser and test it. For this to work, you need to know which websites they are visiting so you can block each of them.

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