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Single Step Debugger10-Mar-17 6:19
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dbrenth10-Mar-17 7:25
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I DON'T recommend Microsoft Family. You can tell it was designed by someone without children. (One of my pet peeves is programmers who don't use their own programs - or at least listen to their clients if they don't.)

First you have to give even your youngest children e-mail addresses with the "secure" types of passwords (eight or more chars, caps, non-letters etc.) which YOU have to remember, because they won't.

Then, once I decided to restrict when my teenager could use the computer. Microsoft Family wouldn't do it. It always went back to what I had originally entered - even after multiple reboots to make sure she wasn't logged in.

I wrote a scathing letter to Microsoft - who probably tossed it in their trash bin.
Brent

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