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clarke123

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I'm looking for a security suite that includes a feature that will let me configure the exact time that my child can access the internet, for instance from 7-9pm only. Is there such a parental control???
 
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if you have AOL that can do it. or what operating system do you have on your computer
 

clarke123

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It's XP and I use Internet Explorer...I wonder if McAfee or Norton offers that feature in their suite...thanks for the info
 
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Is there a price ranger you are looking at? Is there something that you are also looking at except just a timer for kids? Here is one site:
Eye Timer

Net Nanny

Enuff

I don't know the reliability of these sites and don't know what might come with the products either. You can also just go onto Google and look up "Parental control time your kids on the internet" and change it how you wish.I found two or three of those websites from just putting that phrase in and that was on one page of search.

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I use Enuff on my kids' computer. It works great. You can control the amount of time on the computer, what time they can access the computer, the programs they can or can't access, etc. It's a good program. Give it a try. I think you can get a free trial, then you have to pay for it, but it's worth buying.
 
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clarke123 said:
It's XP and I use Internet Explorer...I wonder if McAfee or Norton offers that feature in their suite...thanks for the info
The 2004 Norton Internet Security offers the suite.
 
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