Setup Parental Controls

Setup Parental Control Windows 7:-

1.) Start by clicking on the Start Menu, click onto Control Panel, once inside the Control Panel. At the Control Panel pick the option under User Accounts, and Family Safety to setup the Parental Controls.

2.) Under Parental Controls an individual must choose what profile to setup the Parental Controls on. These options sets limits on how long an individual has to access on the computer, what kind of games/media an individual can access, and other possible software programs that can be downloaded; or installed.

3.) When accessing a file that is set up to be blocked by the Parental settings, an individual will recieve a notification; that the file/program has been blocked. To access such files/programs an individual will need the Administrator Account, and account information.

Below is Microsofts how to on setting up Parental Controls.

To turn on Parental Controls for a standard user account
Click to open Parental Controls. ? If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

Click the standard user account that you want to set Parental Controls for. If the standard user account isn’t set up yet, click Create a new user account to set up a new account.

Under Parental Controls, click On, enforce current settings.

Once you’ve turned on Parental Controls for your child’s standard user account, you can adjust the following individual settings that you want to control:

Time limits. You can set time limits to control when children are allowed to log on to the computer. Time limits prevent children from logging on during the specified hours. You can set different logon hours for every day of the week. If they’re logged on when their allotted time ends, they’ll be automatically logged off. For more information, see Control when children can use the computer.

Games. You can control access to games, choose an age-rating level, choose the types of content you want to block, and decide whether you want to allow or block unrated or specific games. For more information, see Specify which games children can play.

Allow or block specific programs. You can prevent children from running programs that you don’t want them to run. For more information, see Prevent children from using specific programs.


About Eddie O.

Since 1998 I took interest in Computers, learning mostly about Virus removal; and security. Throughout the years I successfully completed A+, & N+ Prep Courses, for Computer Repairs; and Networking. Following the completion of them courses I enrolled into Online College for my Associates in Business Management, and my Bachelor in IT. I am considered a Free Lance Computer Technician, I specialize in Virus Removal, Rebuilding, and recovering Windows Operating Systems.
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