how do i set parental controls on a hisense sero 7 lt?

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Several options come to mind, and I am not a computer genius so bear with me. First, when you first start your computer, and it loads with the logo you should have a brief period to open what is called the 'boot menu'... you have options there. Secondly, check, and triplecheck your spelling ...

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For outgoing email - Open AOL - at the top before you sign on - Settings - Fonts and Text - make your changes and CLICK SAVE ----------------- Sign on to AOL - at the top - Settings - Customize AOL - Text and Fonts - make changes and SAVE. ------------- For signature open write mail -- at the right ...

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Here are following steps to turn off detecting proxy settings. 1.) Go to the control panel 2.) Double click on internet options 3.) Click on the connection tab and click on the LAN setting 4.) Un-check automatically detecting setting and click OK 5.) Restart your computer.

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The time setting may be set to your account's point of origin, not that of your local base. It happens frequently. Contact your ISP for a correction.
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AOL Parental Controls Won't Let Me Block Specified Websites

One thing you might want to check into is a browser-based parental control. I know in firefox, you can 'ban' a site, I think in google Chrome as well. both of those a free browsers like Internet Explorer, just from different companies and you can get to them with a small download. Also, a lot of ...

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