Block Distracting Websites on Mac
If you’re easily distracted while working before your Mac, you can force a little more concentration on your tasks with Aobo Filter for Mac that minimizes distractions and offers feedback on your productivity.
One of disturbing problems existing in those who work on Mac is how easily it is to get distracted. Too much information available at your fingertips when you are at work is both a blessing and a curse. Whether you are checking your Facebook updates or quickly browsing what people are saying on Twitter during office time, your work is interrupted and meaningful time is taken away from you. Aobo Filter for Mac can be used to optimize your work environment and minimize outside influence by blocking distracting websites and applications. With Aobo Filter for Mac, you define whether you are allowed to visit a website or not. For instance, if you add unwanted websites (such as social networks like Facebook and MySpace, or video sites such as YouTube) to the black list, Aobo Web Blocker for Mac will block these distracting websites for you.
You can also have Aobo Filter for Mac stop certain applications, such as iChat and Mail. After you configure allowed or disallowed activities with Aobo Filter for Mac, close Aobo Filter for Mac and it will hide itself and begin to block distracting websites and applications.
While Aobo Filter for Mac is running in stealth, it will minimize distractions in the case of preventing all of your browsers (so not just Safari) from loading the blocked sites or forbidding Mac from launching blocked applications. The only way to get around the distracting website blocking is to stop Aobo Filter for Mac, which does require the password you set for the filter.
Category: Filter Mac Learning Center