Its name notwithstanding, Website Blocker fails in its quest to block objectionable sites. At the onset, you'll need to provide an e-mail address and set up password protection before using the program. Website Blocker's small, straightforward interface is very easy to use. Just add the URLs of your choice and select whether you want to block a specific page or unblock it--that's it. We just wish it actually worked.
We tested it using Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, and this seven-day trial program proved useless. During our assessment, Website Blocker failed to execute its primary job of blocking our list of Web pages from loading. Keep searching for a more formidable site blocker.