Step 1: Open Bing Search Settings
Open Bing search engine and click on the three dots in the upper-right corner. From the drop-down menu, select “Settings”. This will open the Bing Search Settings page.
Step 2: Turn on or off Safesearch Filter
In the Bing Search Settings page, scroll down until you see the “SafeSearch” section. You can choose to enable or disable Safesearch filter by clicking on the toggle button. When the toggle button is on, Safesearch filter is enabled and explicit content will be blocked from search results.
Step 3: Save Settings
After you have made your changes to Safesearch filter settings, click on the “Save” button at the bottom of the page. This will save your new settings and apply them to all search queries.
1. Does Safesearch filter work on all search engines?
No, Safesearch filter only works on search engines that have implemented this feature. Bing and Google are two search engines that support Safesearch filter.
2. Can I still see explicit content with Safesearch filter on?
Safesearch filter is not 100% foolproof and may not catch all explicit content. However, it does significantly reduce the amount of explicit content in search results.
3. How do I know if Safesearch filter is on or off?
When Safesearch filter is on, you will see a message at the bottom of the search results page that says “Some results have been removed due to SafeSearch filtering”. When Safesearch filter is off, this message will not appear.
Enabling Safesearch filter is a simple and effective way to ensure that explicit content is not displayed in search results. With Windows 11, Microsoft has made it easy to turn on or off Safesearch filter in Bing search engine. By following the steps outlined in this tutorial, you can change Safesearch filter settings in Windows 11 and keep your search results safe and appropriate.
- Open Bing Search Settings
- Turn on or off Safesearch Filter
- Save Settings
|Blocks explicit content||May not catch all explicit content|
|Easy to enable or disable||Only works on search engines that support it|