Review Excerpt: This is a new feature that lets you password-protect your browser, so that the only Google search option is strict filtering, designed to remove explicit language and images. To change your settings go to the classic Google start page, click on “Settings” at the top of the screen and then “Search Settings.” Look for the SafeSearch settings, and find the “Lock SafeSearch.” Once it is checked, you’ll need to type your password to set the lock. From this point on, any Google search done with that browser will be strictly filtered, to remove explicit text and explicit pictures. In addition, four large colored balls are shown on the top of the search results screen if the SafeSearch lock is on; a design that is easy to spot from across the room. No colored balls means no lock. Learn more by watching . Subscribers, please log into our database using your password to read the full review along with our rating.