When it comes to the Internet users that we have right now, you can access everything that you can see or search. Unfortunately, everybody can access from everywhere it has an Internet connection, all kinds of content, good or bad. Maybe in a sort of way, this doesn’t sound bad, but what we do with the minors and the inappropriate content that they can find? This kind of content is a dangerous thing that needs control, and some people are worried, especially parents when it comes to their children. The new Windows 10 update tackles that, to some extent.
Thankfully, Windows 10 has a way of controlling and monitoring the content of your device when it comes to sensitive material. The system is simple to use; you just have to enable the filtering settings for the usage pattern. Practically, with the method, you can control the time spent online of your children and the content he or she will access on each Windows 10 device.
Windows 10 update comes with parental control
Besides the before-mentioned features, the parental control is giving you access to the history log and the user activity, so you can see at each point what your child accessed. The first thing you can do is to keep the Internet connection enabled on the Windows 10 device. If you are offline with the invention, the parental control is not working. For allowing the system, you need Microsoft accounts, on both devices, the monitoring one, and the monitored one. After having both devices activated, you can access the parental control.
Finally, you will have access to the children’s email. When the parental control is active, you will monitor and control all your children’s activity. Parental supervision is also suitable for the cases of payments for specific apps that the child can access. Having parental control enabled, the system will regulate these kinds of actions.