Milan Mihajlov

IT Engineer by vocation and currently works as System Administrator in an international school. By contributing to this blog, his aim is to provide valuable information to all interested visitors how to better utilize technology. Follow him on Google+


  1. Melvyn Mildiner
    February 11, 2014 @ 7:02 pm

    It’s a good start but I can’t apply it to my family scenario until it includes som built-in lists of sites for the white and black list feature. Giving parents a blank sheet is far too intimidating. Whitelisting is too much work for a kid over ten, but blacklisting without any “bundles” of suggested URLs is asking too much of users. There are third-party lists out there but no easy way to drop them into a Chrome supervised user‘s account.


    • Milan Mihajlov
      February 11, 2014 @ 10:34 pm

      I agree with you Melvyn. Make sure you check the link at the bottom regards to using OpenDNS as more powerful filtering platform. It gives you tools to whitelist or blacklist entire categories.


  2. Devendra Meena
    August 24, 2016 @ 10:04 am

    ( I wanted to send this as email, but your contect us page is not working. )

    hello milan

    I was finding some post’s related to “Chrome Features,” all sort of killer features which many people may not know.

    I reached to your this post link,

    And found that I could also write a post on this topic, and I promised myself that As soon as I finish writing the article, I’ll reach related post owner and ask them to give it a little kick start.

    I’m sending you a link to Quickfever’s post link titled “17 Killer Chrome Features” (

    I’d be happy if you have a look at this post and link to it if you think it is worth it.

    PS: you site is easy to navigate and looks elegent, nice theme.

    regards, Devendra


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