1st Security Center Pro 188.8.131.529 1st Security Center is a security utility that allows you to restrict access to Windows important resources. This utility helps you to keep your computer in order. It enables you to impose a variety of access restrictions to protect your privacy.
User Time Control 184.108.40.206 User Time Control Center lets you specify when exactly and how long the computer can be used. Schedule time intervals and the number of hours each child can use the computer per day a week.
Description: Do you know that computers can be a real pain for your kids ? Sitting for a long time in positions that aren't natural for their body can strain their hands, wrists, back, and eyes. If you are concerned your child may be spending too much time online or playing games this type of software will offer a solution. It allows you to set limits on how much time your child spends on the computer or online. You can share the same computer among your children by setting an individual time table for each child. Also you can prevent the PC usage until the specified date, after the specified date or between specified dates. The 'Kids PC Time Administrator' records all actions to a log file so you will know when and how much your child used the PC. The password control prevents unauthorized users to change settings and uninstall the product. Another security features: it prevents new software installation, disables the Task Manager, restricts access to Control Panel applets.
PC TIME LIMIT PRO 220.127.116.11 PC TIME LIMIT PRO lets you specify when exactly and how long the computer can be used. Schedule time intervals and the number of hours each child can use the computer per day a
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