If you want to disable OpenDNS because our logo and block messages are appearing in Web browser pop-up windows, please note that OpenDNS does not create any pop-up windows whatsoever. For clarification on why OpenDNS is not responsible for pop-ups, please read the FAQ topic How do I Disable OpenDNS Pop-Ups?
Depending on which network component OpenDNS was configured, you only need to reverse those steps accordingly to disable OpenDNS. If you did not capture the network's DNS setting before configuring OpenDNS, you may need to contact the ISP to successfully reconfigure the network. If you didn't configure OpenDNS yourself, or if you don't remember which network component was configured, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in reconfiguring your devices.
Remember, OpenDNS is a service configured through your network's DNS setting, whether on a router, server or computer. OpenDNS is not software and does not control your computer in any way, nor is it an application or program to be removed. OpenDNS facilitates your Internet requests and makes navigating the Internet safer and faster.