Description: Wii Parental Control helps parents restrict the time that children spend on computer and Internet. It is the utility for home PC that enables a parent regulate When and How-much of children's time that can be spent on the computer whether it be playing games or surfing the Internet. It also has the ability to block access to specified programs and websites.
Wii Parental Control's powerful capabilities provide you with the tools to give your children the best of computing by doing the following:
Setting up as many user accounts as required.
Managing at what time and for how much time your children are allowed to access the computer / internet.
Allow users to set rules to manage computer and provide a number of time settings to meet different needs.
Offer two time options: Parents can define a specific time period or an accumulated time amount.
Blocking capability for all types of Internet connection (eg. dialup modem, high-speed cable and DSL)
Block the specified programs and websites.
Monitor the activities of Internet Explorer and File Navigate.
Prevents children from bypassing/Deleting/shutting down the software.
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