One of the first things you do after purchasing your computer, Is begin to Install programs and applications according to your usability. This Is all well and good for yourself, but If you have multiple users sharing your PC, sometimes you'd want to restrict access to a number of Installed programs. As a result, In this tutorial, I will show you how to block any executable application from launching.
There are so many ways to prevent applications from being executed, however the majority have the need to setup some complex configurations by the end user. For Instance, to block a program via the native Windows firewall, you need to go through quite a number of steps by defining outbound rules In It's advanced settings.
To simplify the process, I will be using a neat little tool named Simple Run Blocker, that can be downloaded from this reputable source. As It's name Implies, It does the job with Incredible ease and the good thing about It, Is that It's a portable version without the need to Install It. Do note, that this only applies to executable files. So without further ado, let's rip Into this tutorial.