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One of the most interesting novelties in Windows Vista is the inclusion of Parental Controls. These controls allow parents to manage what their children can do on the computer. Parents can dictate which websites children can visit, which games they can play and which programs they can use - and when.
In this article we will show you how to configure Parental Controls and how to view the activity reports of your children.
First, you need to learn how to configure Parental Controls. The video tutorial below will show you how to do it.
After you have set the Parental Controls, Windows Vista will register the activity of your children on the computer.
You will be able to see what websites they visited, which games they played and so on.
To learn how you can view their activities, click on the link below.