Using parental controls to block unwanted content


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Using parental controls to block unwanted content

If you have more than one user logging in to a single computer and any of those users are under the age of majority, you might want to consider using parental controls to control things like the amount of time they can spend on the computer, or on a specific program, or the ratings for the games that they're allowed to access, and so on. They are called Parental Controls, and we access them from the Control Panel here under User Accounts and Family Safety. Next, we'll click Parental Controls. Now from here, you'll see a list of the various user accounts on the computer.

If you want to set up controls for someone who's not on this list, you actually have to create a brand new account for them. There's also options down below for Windows Live Family Safety, something we're going to talk about in the chapter dealing with Windows Live Essentials. So, if you've installed that, you might see a little prompt here and there. But let's go to manipulate the parental ...

Using parental controls to block unwanted content
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Using parental controls to block unwanted content provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 7 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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