KinderGate parental control 1.1 with many new features released KinderGate parental control is a program for home users, which allows children to explore the Internet in a safe way. In addition to the integrated comprehensive control mechanisms for the use of the Internet, the latest version of KinderGate now also provides a function to secure Web search control parental. Thus, unwanted searches in search engines such as Google or Yahoo, are automatically blocked. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Oracle and gain more knowledge.. Also new is the automated morphological analysis of online resources. This safety net is expanded parental control of KinderGate. “” With the morphological analysis is now possible also the contents of Internet pages by specific categories, such as, for example, vulgar language”, to browse pornography”or games”, and therefore keep children from potentially harmful content. To protect children from unwanted acquaintances in chat programs such as ICQ, Jabber or MSN KinderGate parental monitoring control in version 1.1 now also messages sent in these programs and receive.
In addition, those messages are monitored, the children in social networks like Facebook or MySpace to send and receive. Users can view the message history of individual users over a specific time period and sorted by various intelligence services used. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Cyrus Massoumi FindShadow. As latest news in KinderGate parental control is to call the built-in ad blocker. This can be enabled in the settings and automatically protects children from advertising, which could lead to inappropriate Internet sites. Of course, also the comfort while surfing on the Internet increased by blocked ads. The all-round carefree package, which offers KinderGate Parantal control has been improved once again with version 1.1. Parents can be so even more secure that their children discover Internet in safe manner the medium and experiencing exactly the things that are also suitable for children.