Controlling Your Children’s Computer Access

Controlling Your Children’s Computer Access

Parental Controls is a feature, new to Windows Vista, that enables parents to help manage how their children use the computer. As a parent, you can set restrictions (different for each child, if you like) on which websites your children can visit, which games they can play, and which programs they can run. You can set hours of use for the computer. Perhaps most importantly, you can view activity logs that detail each child’s computer activity, including when that child logged on and off, which programs she ran, which websites she visited, whom she has corresponded with via e-mail and instant messaging, ...

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