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You can control when and for how long a child can use the computer.

You can control:

  • For how long the child is allowed to use the computer. For example, you can allow access for only one hour per day.
  • When the child is allowed to use the computer. For example, you can allow access only until 8 o’clock in the evening.

Note: If you turn off the time limits, the child can use the computer at any time.

To set the allowed times:

  1. Open F-Secure SAFE from the Windows Start menu.
  2. On the main view, select Manage in People & Devices.
  3. Select the device that you want to set up for your child.
  4. Select Family Rules.
  5. On the Daily time limits page, turn on Daily time limits to set the maximum number of hours that the child is allowed to use the device during weekdays and weekends:
    1. For weekdays, select Edit and use the slider to change the maximum time allowed per day.
    2. Select Save.
    3. For weekends, select Edit and use the slider to change the maximum time allowed per day.
    4. Select Save.

    Note: If you do not want to limit the amount of time that the child spends on the device each day, drag the slider as far to the left as possible to set the allowed number of hours to Unlimited.

  6. On the Bedtime page, turn on Bedtime to prevent the use of the device during night time. You can set a different bedtime for school nights (from Sunday night to Thursday night) and weekend nights (from Friday night to Saturday night) as follows:
    1. For School nights, select Edit and turn on the School nights setup pane.
    2. Drag the slider to set the time when the bedtime starts and ends.
    3. Select Save.
    4. For Weekend nights, select Edit and turn on the Weekend nights setup pane.
    5. Drag the slider to set the time when the bedtime starts and ends.
    6. Select Save.

Source : Official F-Secure Brand
Editor by : BEST Antivirus KBS Team

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