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Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Internet Safety Tutorials, Online Safety | 0 comments

Set up Vista Parental Controls for all your children with the help of our video tutorial

You may wish to use the Vista Parental Controls to restrict access to certain programs, games and websites on any Windows Vista PC used by your children. Before following this tutorial, be sure that you have configured Vista user accounts for all of your family. In the video, Marc Liron demonstrates the powerful and flexible parental controls available to Windows Vista Home, Home Premium and Ultimate users.

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Additional notes

Blocking unsuitable games – Please note that Windows Vista can only determine the age rating for games which come with ratings information. Be sure to use the “block games with no rating” option if you are concerned about your children playing unrated games.

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