I receive "caution" when accessing site that I consider safe. I want to eliminate that notice for this one site.
I am using a website that I consider safe, yet, each time I visit it I receive the warning box telling me the site could be unstable. I recall there is some place to enter the website so that it is allowed and such warnings are eliminated but I can't remember where/how.
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Thank you for your prompt response and suggestion. However, this is not what I am looking for. I may have been unclear.
What I look for is not to reset back to original but where I am able to enter a website address that tells my computer it is a safe site. I know I had this feature but now cannot find it.
Perhaps what I search was for another purpose, but I know there was something along those lines. Updates might have replaced it.
If there is another possible solution, I would appreciate hearing. Thank you.