Computers are the place for children. This is the place where they can sharpen their agility as well as their abilities. They can learn and make new friends. What’s more, the Internet provides information for homework assignments. So far, so good. But they also need to be protected from the computer—for one thing, so that they don’t lose their sense of time and forget to go out and play with their friends once in a while, and for another, because of the dangers lurking on the Web. That’s why responsible parents everywhere install Child Control on every computer that their children use.
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How it works: Child Control Overview
Give children an “allowance” of time
Child Control keeps track of the time your kids spend in front of the computer. Once their time is up, the computer automatically shuts down and won’t start up again—something any kid can understand. Our experience has shown that Child Control verdict is accepted without arguments—there is no debate and no discussion. Another way of looking at it: “Child Control gives your kids back time that they are then free to spend in other ways.”
Safety on the Internet
It isn’t always easy to watch your young ones’ every move on the computer—and it’s even harder to follow what they’re doing on the Internet. Child Control can also help you here, by automatically shutting the door on their Internet connection once their allotted time is used up. Parents can easily regulate how many hours a day each child can spend on the Internet, and even specify the precise hours of the day when the gate to the worldwide online community will be available.
The Dark Side of the Internet
Sure, you can find any number of sites that are useful for learning, reference, and games. Then there are the other ones that are clearly inappropriate for children and teens. Some parents also worry about their children ending up on one of these sites by accident, or as the result of a dare. These fears can be quickly put to rest by Child Control, which has already made a name for itself in Internet monitoring.
Control Internet access using filters
Child Control lets you activate filters to block all websites oriented toward violence or sex. You can also filter out specific words that may appear on various websites. Alternatively, you can limit access to only the websites that you specify. In that case, your kids will only be able to access these sites, and all others will be off-limits. In the current version, parents can also limit their kids’ stay on certain sites to a specified time, so that eventually they will have to put their online games away and get back to their homework.
NEW: Give automatically Bonus for using special programs or websites
NEW: Roaming feature in Remote: Count PC times for several PCs together
NEW: Set weekday limits now also for programs and websites (URLs)
NEW: Internetfilter -> Set Filter to Details to get more filter results
NEW: Option If Time expired -> Standby
Internet Remote - Manage Child Control from every browser
Millions of undesirable sites can now be selected for restriction
Adult-content filtering provided by German government authorities
Email reports of on- and off-times and daily statistics
Limit time on the computer for each day of the week
Limit use of the Internet for the day and the week
Set PC off-limits times (e.g. after 11 p.m.)
Set Internet off-limits times (e.g. after 11 p.m.)
Easily extend time with passwords or TAN’s
Define “unwelcome” web content using keywords
Set time limits for categories of websites, such as videos and online games
Set specific time limits for each computer application
Grant unlimited time for specific applications, such as learning tools
Log all computer activity to let you later review each user’s activities
Block modifications to major Windows settings
Protect your data by blocking access to specific folders
Limit children’s access to specific programs
Disable “backdoor” access to programs or functions
Extend all time limits during vacation time—one click does it all
Blocking of file sharing programs and sites
Additional configuration options