Controlling content and communications with Family Safety


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Controlling content and communications with Family Safety

In Windows 7, many of the Windows Vista integrated parental controls that you may be familiar with have been stripped out of the core operating system. And to make up for that lost functionality, Microsoft has added an extensibility framework to Windows 7 so that third party providers can add on to the parental control features that we talked about in a previous lesson. So Windows Live Family Safety is one example of such a provider, though in this case it's made by Microsoft, and it's not really a third party.

Let's check it out. First, we go down to the Windows orb or the Start button > All Programs and Windows Live here. If you chose during the installation and download process to include Windows Live Family Safety, here's where it appears. Here's where we sign in to setup our Family Safety. So, you'll need your Windows Live ID and your password, and then click the Sign in button. Now, this may take a moment just to setup your Family Safety.

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Controlling content and communications with Family Safety
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Controlling content and communications with Family Safety provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 7 Essential Training

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