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Step 1. Go to Start.
Step 2. Locate the search bar in start menu
Step 3. Type parental Controls in Search bar.
Step 4. From Their Choose the Account that Parental Controls is Limiting
Step 5. Deactivate Parental Controls.

That Should be It :)

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Login as Admin- Go to control panel- user account- Use another user- THere is an option to set parental control on particular user

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