WebAllow is a parental control software. WebAllow integrates with Internet Explorer and allows to block all URLs except approved to be visited on the computer. Block questionable content from your kids eyes or use the software as a kiosk application.
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Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: Do you want to make sure that students or employees are only able to visit a certain website? Research shows that employees in 40% cases use the Internet for non-work related needs. Boost company productivity by leaving them only a few websites to visit. Also Weballow can be used as a parental control utility that allows viewing selected websites and blocks every other website. If you are concerned that your teenager instead of doing the homework is browsing the Internet this tool is for you. If your kid is playing online games on a certain site and you a worried that he might click on an inappropriate add and start browsing questionable material, then this software is right for you. You may predefine list of "approved" domains or URLs, load them into this software, activate blocking and you may be sure that Internet Explorer will be able to show data only from sites on the approved list. This is a perfect web content filtering tool for schools, quiz testing classes and computers located at public places such as retail stores, information desks or hotel lobbies.
KidRocket KidSafe Web Browser for Kids 1.5 KidRocket is a FREE Kidsafe Web Browser with Kids Email, TimeLock time limiter, Password-protected lockdown mode to protect your desktop, interactive Math Flashcards, Art section
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