Dec 18, 2016

How to Block Websites in Mozilla Firefox
While internet came with an ocean of good things, it can turn really bad in some cases like your children getting access to unwanted websites accidentally or may be deliberately. 

To Block Websites on Firefox is same as to block websites in Chrome. In Firefox also there is no particular setting to block websites. In Firefox also you have to use an extension just like in Chrome.
Follow the steps below:-

Step 1: Open Mozilla Firefox.
Step 2: From top right click on "Add-ons".(Figure 1)
Figure 1

Step 3: In top left click on Get Add-ons(Figure 2)
Figure 2
Step 4: In top right search box, search for "block site". (Figure 3)
Figure 3

Step 5: Install the "Block Site" add-on by clicking “Install” button. (Figure 4)
Figure 4

Step 6: Restart your browser.

Step 7: After installing, go to Extensions. Click on  options button.A new window will pop up. (Figure 5)
Figure 5

Step 8: Click on “add” Button. (Figure 6)
Figure 6

Another window will pop up.

Step 9: Now enter the website you want to block in location field. (Figure 7)
Figure 7

All Done…!!! You have successfully blocked the website.

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How to make a bootable USB drive
Installing windows from a bootable pen drive/ USB drive is far more easy than doing the same with a CD or DVD. For the said purpose the most important thing you need is a BOOTABLE PEN DRIVE.
In this post i will guide you through the whole process of making a pen drive bootable for installing windows on a computer system.

Follow the steps below:-

Step1:- Insert your pen drive in to USB port (make sure you don't have any personal data in it as we will format the drive).

Step2:- Open Command Prompt and run it as an Administrator. (Type cmd in search bar, Right-click on the displayed result and select "Run as Administrator".) Example Fig 1

Step 3:- Enter the command diskpart to open the disk management utility. Example Fig 2

Step 4:- Enter the command list disk to display the list of all the drives connected to your computer including your USB/Pen drive. Note down the number of your pen/USB drive.(in my case its 2). Example Fig 3

Step 5:- Enter the command select disk 2 to select your USB drive (Here 2 is the number of USB drive. Change it if your pen drive bears any other number.) Example Fig 4

Step 6:- Enter the command clean to clean the flash drive. It will clean your disk and erase all data. Example Fig 5

Step 7:- Enter the command create partition primary to create a bootable partition on your disk. Example Fig 6

Step 8:- Enter the command Select partition 1 to select the new partition you created on your disk. Example Fig 7

Step 9:- Enter the command active to activate the new partition you created on your disk. 
Example Fig 8
Step 10:- Enter the command format fs=fat32 to format the USB drive. Sit back and relax as it will take some time depending upon the size of your disk. wait till it is 100%. Example Fig 9

Step 11:- Enter the command assign to give your USB drive a drive letter. Example Fig 10

Step 12:- Enter the command exit to exit from the command prompt programme. Example Fig 11

Step 13:- Now copy the operating system files to your pen drive. Copy any drivers you need during the windows installation.

Congratulations. . . . . . . . . .

Thats it. You are all done. Your USB Drive is now bootable. Ready to install windows.

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Happy Learning..... :)
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