Question about Computers & Internet
Except for totally keeping her off the machine it is difficult to stop a child from things on the net. They often find out from a friend how to get around what you did to block them. One thing you can do is put the website in the restricted zone in internet explorer. Open IE and click on TOOLS, and INTERNET OPTIONS and then the SECURITY tab. THen click on RESTRICTED SITES and hit the SITES button and add both sites.
Also if you haven't already I would make a separate login for your daughter (on the machine for logging into windows) as a regular user, not as an administrator. Make yourself an administrator for your account (if it's the only one you've had on the machine then it already is set up as administrator) and put in a password and don't give it out. This won't keep her off of websites but it will help prevent her from making some changes to your computer.
If she had her own pc and you used a router you could restrict her from specific sites and other things by blocking the connection in the setup on the router.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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