Nature Colors 1.4 Nature Colors is powerful yet simple to use software which brings you relaxation, stress relief, happiness and other positive emotions. Scientifically created paintings of nature with gradually changing colors give you exception feelings.
Description: Limit the time and the way your children spend on the computer
Children's Care is a unique combination of obligatory limitations and colorful cartoon illustrations, performed by cute animal heroes. This software ensures a friendly, but yet controlling approach towards children, being at the same time educational and amusing.
Children's Care focuses on 6 important issues concerning computer usage by children:
- Limits the time and duration of computer usage
- Ensures regular breaks
- Ensures good computer posture
- Encourages proper and regular hydration
- Prevents from dry eyes problems
- Encourages development of proper attitude to personal healthcare and social sport activities
Change Info: New highly effective healthcare reminders;Over 60 cute cartoon animals and backgrounds for friendly approach to your children; Personalizable message for all reminders; Highest level of protection against attempts to bypass the time limitations; Intuitive, easy to use interface
ComputerTime 4.2.0 Allows parents to set limits on the amount of time and time of day when children can use the computer and Internet. Ensure children don't stay up past bedtime on school nights
PC-Time Manager 1.2.2 PC-Time Manager is considered a parental control software that limits computer time through creating time schedules for each windows user. If you kids are over using the computer
Kiddie phones have parental controls For better or worse - and some privacy and children's advocates say worse - several companies offer or will soon offer child-oriented mobile phones. These include the two that I'm reviewing this week: Firefly from Firefly Mobile, and TicTalk from Enfora a
Parents Limit Internet Use by Kids Most parents of teenagers who go online say they set time limits on the kids' Internet activity, according to a study released Thursday. They also try to monitor it, in part by placing computers in common areas.