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Are you saying that you don't have Windows Edge installed?  That there are no smart phones or tablets available?  What I am suggesting is that simply installing 'a program to block porn on Chrome and Firefox' will not even slow down your problems.

 

https://www.wintips.org/block-porn-sites-in-web-browsers-and-network-devices/ is one article listing two different DNS (Domain Name Systems) which attempt to block all requests from your local router/modem to pornographic sites, which will block local access as long as no neighbors are close enough to use their possibly unsecured WiFi.  That still does not take care of your local school's WiFi, or your local McDonalds, library, laundry, or any other place with public, free WiFi available for portable devices.  Attempting to block portable devices access to certain sites will require cooperation of your community.  Barracuda Networks attempts to block all access to unauthorized sites by the firewall built-in to their routers (which are expensive), or if you only have a few sites to block, any residential router should have the capability built-in.  You will still have to update the list of blocked sites if you are attempting to block through your computer fire-wall or the local router fire-wall.  You will still need to both physically and password secure your router to prevent the person or persons whom you are attempting to block from porn from working around the blocks, make sure they don't have access to an administrator equivalent account, but only 'regular' Windows accounts (which means they would also be blocked from installing or updating software, or other work-arounds  which would allow them to bypass your security.

 

You are also going to have to be more educated about computers than the ones whom you are trying to block to monitor their Internet usage, possibly limit their access to research methods of getting around your blockage.

 

This is NOT SIMPLY a problem which can be easily solved and forgotten about.

 

Look up Parental Controls, and consider keeping any computer access in the home out of private rooms and out in public areas, with limited hours of access.  This might at least slow down the problem.

 

Remember that the Internet sites are also not going to be cooperating, but will change IP numbers, Domain Names, and sub-domains.

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