Parental controls


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I have 3 user accounts on my computer.
2 are limited use and 1 is administrative (mine).
I want to use parental controls on my step sons
account. But not on the other two accounts.
Is this possible in XP Home Edition?
Ed P.
 
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Sharon F

I have 3 user accounts on my computer.
2 are limited use and 1 is administrative (mine).
I want to use parental controls on my step sons
account. But not on the other two accounts.
Is this possible in XP Home Edition?
Ed P.
Windows does not have parental controls built-in. Internet Explorer has the
Content Advisor. It is applied to all accounts, not just one. If you have
the password, you can type it in and get around it. If you don't have the
password, you will not be able to view blocked content.

Third party software is what I think of when I hear "parental control."
There are many different programs available for this. Whether or not they
can be applied on a per user basis depends on the selected program. Check
the program's help file or documentation to learn more about its
capabilities.
 

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