Children and computers in 10 points

Your child is getting older and already started using your computer. Here are ten little things to adjust or tell them if you want to avoid a lot of trouble.

Create a second account with parental control

If you don’t want to change your settings each time someone touches your computer, take a few minutes to create new users accounts for each member of your family. It’s quite simple.

On a PC, just enter the Start menu and choose “Control panel”. Under “User Accounts and Family Safety” click “Add or remove user accounts”. You will also find there the parental control where you will set parameters such as schedules and accessible contents for this account.

On a Mac, go in “System preferences”, under “Users and groups” and press “+”. Once again, when you will create an account, you will also be able to activate parental control.

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