jueves, 11 de octubre de 2012


Google Chrome incorpora una función oculta llamada URLBlacklist y que nos permite impedir el acceso a determinadas webs al usar Chrome.

Los pasos a seguir son estos:

  • Primero abrimos el Editor de Registro. Para ello vamos a Ejecutar (Win+R) y escribimos regedit.
  • Seguimos la siguiente ruta:
    • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Google\Chrome
  • Una vez allí, dentro de Chrome, creamos una clave a la que llamaremos URLBlacklist.
  • Dentro de URLBlacklist creamos valores de cadena a los que llamaremos 1, 2, 3,..., uno para cada web que queramos bloquear.
  • Hacemos doble clic sobre el valor de cadena llamado 1, por ejemplo, y, en Información del valor, introducimos la web que queremos bloquear, en este ejemplo vamos a poner http://www.google.com.
  • Por último, reiniciamos el navegador para que los cambios hagan efecto.

A continuación podéis ver un vídeo con los pasos a seguir:

1 comentario:

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