Let’s have a closer look at parental controls in Windows® 7
There are several great features in Windows 7, and we recently found the latest and enhanced Windows 7 parental control. So we've decided to share our thoughts on this. We admit that in Windows 7, the level of customizability that your given is quite remarkable. There are lots of different options you can pick such as, what times the computer can be used, or what kind of games or applications can be execute.
The more children surf the Internet, higher the risk they are at. With increased usage of Internet, we have noticed that children have access to and lured in the wrong activities. Parents have a vital role to play to prevent their children from these activities. . Windows 7 provides you with the tool that helps you to control your child’s experience on the computer and Internet.
Windows 7 parental control
Configuring and managing levels of web filtering on your computer is no more complex. Simply set the parental control and you are done. The parental controls built in Windows 7 is developed with the purpose to help parents to determine what their children can do on their computer. The parent can decide which programs, websites and games their children can have access to. Parents can trust Windows 7 parental control to restrict the use of computer at specific times which help their kids to be safer online.
If you don't want your children to have access to objectionable TV programs and movies, you can block the access with Parental Controls in Windows Media Center. You can monitor use of the computer, applications, games, emails, and instant messaging with Windows 7 that allows you to control all these usages.
Let us show how to set parental controls, and the different options:
STEP 1. Start-Control Panel-User Accounts and Family Safety-Set up parental controls for any user.
STEP 2. Now, make sure you are logged in as the administrator or have administrator privileges, and select the accountÂ if it’s already madeÂ from the list, you also have the option to create a new account as well.
STEP 3. Once you have selected the account you want to add parental controls to, check the On, enforce current settings box. You now see the various different Windows 7 parental control features that you have available to you.
STEP 4. The first option parents can set upÂ is Time Limits from here you can determineÂ what times of the day your computer can be used, by simply highlighting the time blocks, you can choose whether that account can be used or not.
STEP 5. The next tool parents have available to them is whether or not games may be played on that account. Parents also have the ability to decide which games can be played and also block games of a certain genre or age rating.
STEP 6. At last parents can choose if they want to stop specific programs from being used, Windows will scan your computer for a list of installed programs and .exe files and give you the opportunity to block certain ones from running.
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