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Configuring a child’s computer for using Refog with Windows 7

26 March 2015

Part 2. Configuring a computer with Windows 7 installed.

In the first part of this manual we described how to configure a computer running Windows 8.1 OS, so that child’s experience with it was safe (both for a child and a computer).

In this part we are going to configure a computer operating under Windows 7. Although the set of tools for parental control provided in Windows 7 is poorer, the key-principles are the same:

  • Setting a password for a parent account
  • Creating a separate account for a child
  • Activation and configuration of the built-in mechanisms for parental control
  • Installation of third-party software in cases when more advanced child monitoring is needed.


It should be noted that the first three principles are actual recommendations given by Microsoft (the Windows OS developer) and can be found in their help system, which we are going to refer to.

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Configuring a child’s computer for using Refog with Windows 8.1

20 February 2015

Part 1. Configuring a computer with Windows 8.1 installed.

These days, children start using the computer as early as at four. However, most home computers do not have any means of protection from potential online threats.

Not only do parents ignore specialized programs, but don’t even use integrated (free) OS tools.

Moreover, even the relatively simple user access permissions mechanism of Windows is used extremely rarely, and the only user of most home computers has full admin rights. And this is not just a security vulnerability, but a real chance of inadvertently losing your computer for a long time.

So, let’s start with the built-in capabilities of the Windows 8.1 OS that can make your children’s interaction with the computer comfortable and safe.

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