chrishoffman — 2013-12-23T04:04:14-05:00 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/177958/use-supervised-users-to-set-up-parental-controls-on-a-chromebook-or-just-in-chrome/
Google is now providing integrated parental controls in Chrome, allowing parents to control their kids’ Chrome browser usage. This feature works best on a Chromebook, where it allows you to lock down an entire user account.
nsdcars5 — 2013-12-23T05:26:50-05:00 — #2
Nice one, I'm not showing it to anybody lest somebody “accidentally” enables it in my laptop. These sort of things shouldn't be allowed. WE WANT FREEDOM!
sedge — 2013-12-23T11:51:51-05:00 — #3
Applocker & local machine group policies. Next?
chrishoffman — 2013-12-26T17:01:16-05:00 — #4
Sure, that's not easy for average users though. For example, AppLocker is only available on Enterprise versions of Windows, so it's only for businesses with volume licensing agreements (or pirates, I guess). Group Policies are only available on Pro versions of Windows. Someone using standard/home versions of Windows is out of luck.
system — 2014-01-02T04:03:06-05:00 — #5
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