Sometimes it must have happened with you that when you are trying to work with full concentration then the other sites like twitter, Facebook or Flickr are distracting you. Today I will be sharing a solution with you in a very familiar way. All the sites mentioned above may distract you while you want to work with full concentration on your system and in this post I will be sharing a script with your which will help you to block all the sites mentioned above and if you smart enough to understand this script then you can edit it by adding some of the websites on your own.
You can see the snapshot of the change in the host file, where I have block the sites which are mentioned above in the first paragraph. The most common way to restrict any website from getting opened is editing the Host file and this script also uses the same concept. Once you double click the script the host on your system will change and then you will not be able to open the websites mentioned in the website.
The only reason in using this script is that you will not have to edit them every time when you want to work, rather you will just double click the script and once you are over with you work and you want to restore the Host file then double click that script again and then you will be able to work with those blocked websites again. I hope that this small remedy will be very helpful for you, even if you do not want your kids to open these sites if they are using the system for studies.
The size of the script is not even a single and it can be downloaded from the link mentioned below. You just have to unzip it and then use it by double clicking the script which will be extracted from the Zipped file. So, go for using this script and please do write us, if you face any problem while installing or working with this script, just put down your comments in the comments sections and we will revert back in the same section. We might be able to help you as we have already used this script. This script is expected to be compatible with all the versions of Windows as it has been checked with Windows 7 32-bit Ultimate edition. I hope that you will like this small tip, keep reading and have a nice day.
[ Source: Digital Inspiration ]