An Overview of ComputerTime
For Happier Parents, Healthier Kids
ComputerTime was designed specifically to reduce the aggravation and concern that parents have having over their children's computer use.
ComputerTime achieves this goal through a number of unique features:
It's the clear expectations that are set up front, and the fairness of the computer that eliminates most of the arguments with their parents.
Read on to learn more about ComputerTime…
Some of the Benefits and Features
ComputerTime will help
Up And Running in Minutes
ComputerTime has a Profile Wizard, which will lead you through a very simple setup for each person in your family.
You can see just how easy by watching the demo video. The simplicity of the Profile Wizard belies ComputerTime's flexibility in setting various combinations of limits, and having finer-grained control, down to setting different amounts of time and multiple times of they day for each day of the week.
Until we are able to show you additional videos of other great features, such as the Time Tokens, the shared limits across the network, and other flexible options, your best bet will be to download the 14-day free trial and give it a test drive yourself.
ComputerTime Puts You in Control... It's So Simple
ComputerTime has been designed for parents like you. Entering limits is simple, with step-by-step instructions along the way. You can set different limits for each child.
Give additional minutes using the unique Time Token feature. At special times, change limits with the Alternate Limit feature.
How ComputerTime Works... It Couldn't Be Easier
You enter time limits for each child. Your child sees only the ComputerTime Logon, preventing use of any other program until they enter their password.
With their limit approaching, ComputerTime displays warning messages at 15, 10, 5, and 1 minute. When out of time, the screen is cleared, showing only the ComputerTime Logon again. Your child may log off at any time before reaching their limit to save time for later.
ComputerTime runs on:
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, Windows Home Server, Windows 2003 Server, and Windows 2000.
If you need ComputerTime to run on Windows ME or Windows 98SE, then you can download an older version (ComputerTime 2.0) that will work with those versions of Windows.
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