Child-lock


Because the Internet has the potential for being a place where your children could be exposed to images, words, graphics and sounds that you do not want them to be exposed to, you might want to limit their Internet access. You can set up time limits, block specific programs, restrict websites and disallow specific types of games. To set up the access controls or gags, you can follow these step-by-step methods,

1
Click "Start" and select "Control Panel."

2
Click "Set Up User Controls" under the "User Accounts" section.

3
Click the user account for which you want to set up controls.

4
Click "On" under "Parental Controls."

5
Click "Web restrictions" and choose the settings you want to make active for your children. Click "OK."

6
Click "Time Limits" and choose the settings you want to make active for your children. Click "OK."

7
Click "Games" and choose the settings you want to make active for your children. Click "OK."

8
Click "Allow or Block Specific Programs" and choose the settings you want to make active for your children. Click "OK."


Source:| eHow.com

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