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Using a Work-Only Browser to Block Distracting Websites

The internet is full of useful information, but having access to it can also end up in hours of wasted productivity. What began as a quick look at your favorite site or social media feed, ends up adding pressure on you as you struggle to do everything you planned for the day.

While the internet can help you find great tips and tricks to work more effectively, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and end up with dozens of open tabs, and unfinished tasks.

One of the ways to deal with this is by getting a work-only browser, which blocks social media or other distracting websites from your computer and phone. Having separate browsers for your work or study time saves you the hassle of constantly blocking and unblocking distracting sites.

You can pick the browser for your work or study use, and a different one for regular daily use. You can add all the website restrictions on your work/study browser while the regular or daily use browser is left unrestricted.

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