Disable web browsing on PCs

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I'm starting up a gaming center for my neighborhood. Would there be a way I could disable web browsing on any browser? But we still need to connect to the Internet for gaming.
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You can connect to the internet via your router even though you have no browsers open. Unless you need a browser to start/launch a game just remove the shortcuts or change the authority on the browsers .exe for the admin use only. 

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  • Subhendu Sen
    What OS is there? Is it Windows/Linux? Is there only one browser/more than one? Assuming this is windows, and if you only have default browser like internet explorer, you can disable it. Open control panel > programs & in the programs and features section, click the “Turn Windows features on or off” link. The windows features dialog box appears, just uncheck the Internet Explorer (version name may vary) checkbox. A warning may appear just click Yes button. Then click OK. After some configuration itself, the system may reboot just allow it. If you have other browsers like FF/ chrome etc. For Firefox you can try Password Manager, which can help a lot. Or simply uninstall FF/Chrome if they are no longer to use. When you like to use simply install with latest version. But always keep in mind, if you are going to uninstall/ uncheck (IE), first take all necessary backups like bookmarks/setup etc.
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