When SafeSearch is enabled, your search engines block what they consider to be mature content in your search results. In case you’d like to include those results in your searches, you will have to turn off SafeSearch first. Here’s how.
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To disable SafeSearch on Google on your desktop, simply open Google Search and go to Settings > Search Settings > SafeSearch Filters. There you can uncheck “Turn on SafeSearch.”
For more detailed instructions on this process, as well as how to do it on mobile devices, check out our dedicated guide. It lists and illustrates each step you need to follow to enable mature content results in your searches.
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If you use Bing as your search engine, it’s easy to disable SafeSearch on this engine on both desktop and mobile.
On your Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook desktop computer, open a web browser and launch the Bing site. In Bing’s top-right corner, click the hamburger menu (three horizontal lines).
In the menu that opens, click “SafeSearch.”
You will see a “Search” page. Here, in the “SafeSearch” section, enable the “Off” option. This disables SafeSearch on Bing for you.
In case you do not want to disable SafeSearch completely, but you’d rather change its…