Security, though you have the option to turn it back on.
The Nintendo 3DS uses the Netfront NX browser unless you hacked it and put something like internet explorer on it.
I haven’t hacked the device, though I’m tempted to.
The menu, customize option is more often seen on the Netfront version on older smart phones.
Part of it depends on how old the Nintendo DS is and what software you installed.
This is a relatively new Nintendo DS, though it isn’t a Nintendo DSI.
There is an Opera browser for the Nintendo DSI.
I wonder if there’s a way to do it for the Wii. I don’t know if Wii U has a browser installed.
How do you invoke it?
Any function must be set to one to be invoked. For example, wiiu.gamepad.isEnabled is the value of one when plugged in and detected, and it is otherwise zero.
It also doesn’t support video files like Quicktime. No wonder people hack it to install other stuff.
That’s ancient history, computing-wise.
From there, it is just remembering which sites you don’t want it to run or say yes, all of them to avoid popups that ask are you sure.
The weird thing is that I’ve had all these options to download plugins like Adobe when I try to view videos. You’d think that would eliminate this issue.
Which is why they design it to be almost impossible to do any online gaming unless it is through Nintendo.