chrishoffman at December 23rd, 2013 04:04 — #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 at December 23rd, 2013 05:26 — #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 at December 23rd, 2013 11:51 — #3
Applocker & local machine group policies. Next?
chrishoffman at December 26th, 2013 17:01 — #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 at January 2nd, 2014 04:03 — #5
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