1 Click Safe PC History


Version history for 1 Click Safe PC shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Apr 26, 2007) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 2.0
Size: 3686KB
OS: Win 98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Interface:
Description:   Ensure your child has a safe browsing experience even if you are not around. Give your employees and children access to selected programs so they do not waste their valuable time. Block Instant Messengers, Games, and Adult sites.

v 2.0 updated on Apr 26, 2007

Now works with Mozilla Firefox, Netscape, Opera and Internet Explorer. Time slots have been divided into 3 slots of 8 hours duration each.


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