How to set up parental controls in windows

Post On: January 29, 2017
By: dhioendar

Below is how to set up parental controls in windows you can use.

Latent Microsoft edition has parental controls to help parents to track what your kids are doing online. You can limit their time and prevent them from buying anything on your account.

To set up parental controls, every member of family need to have their own Microsoft account and personal login.

How to set up parental controls in windows

First every member of your family has their own account and personal log-in. So parents can manage children’s accounts by opening the Settings and go to Accounts > Family & Other people.  Then click Manage family settings online.

In the family section, you will see an overview of your family, children and adults. On each child account, you can see a list of options and settings. The limits you set for children’s accounts will apply across all the devices they use with their Microsoft login.

How to set up parental controls in windows manually

For adult settings. You’ll have to set up them manually. Like activity reporting, screen time limits, and website blocking are all turned off by default.

How to set up parental controls in windows easily

If you want to prevent your children from viewing inappropriate websites, turn on website blocking. Do this with clicking More next to their account and click web browsing and turning on Block inappropriate websites. This features will block adult content and turns safe search.

How to set up parental controls in windows step 1

 

To limit access to apps, games and media, you click the More button next to your child’s account and choose Apps, games & media. Turn block inappropriate apps and games on.

How to set up parental controls in windows step 2

If you want to limit children screen time, you click screen time next to your child’s account and turn set limits for when my child can use devices on.

How to set up parental controls in windows step 3

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