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How To Set Strict Filter SafeSearch in Cortana for Windows 10?

Cortana is the Artificial Intelligence powered personal assistant of Windows 10 users. Cortana was first introduced with Windows Phone 8.1.  Cortana is deeply integrated with Windows 10 and this is now no more a news. Cortana is the artificial intelligence personal assistant for Windows 10 users that respond via voice commands besides text commands. Whenever we open Windows 10 PC, Cortana opens automatically detecting sound input. You can delete what Cortana knows about you. The information includes favorites, plans, interests, etc. When Cortana is enabled, the AI assistant uploads information from your device such as calendar, contacts, location triggered by Cortana. It also uploads browsing history to provide Cortana recommendations. If you clear the data, it will affect Microsoft’s ability to provide Cortana’s recommendations and personalize your speech, inking and typing experience on your Windows 10 devices. When you are using Cortana, it sometimes writes data on your behalf in other services. Cortana searches a lot of information for Windows 10 users. If you have children at your home who also use the same PC, then you must be wanting to filter any adult content from the search results. Cortana has the Safesearch filter that filters all adult and explicit content. Check out the article.

Steps To Set Strict Filter SafeSearch in Cortana for Windows 10

1. Open Cortana by clicking on the Cortana icon in the Taskbar.

2. As Cortana opens, go to Cortana Settings by tapping on the Gear Icon in the bottom left corner of Cortana UI.

3. The required Settings opens. In the left panel, you will find an option called Permissions and History.

3. In the right panel, you will  find an option under Permissions set of Settings, there is an option called Safesearch.  Under safesearch, check the radio button corresponding to Strict.

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