The parental controls in McAfee Internet Security (free to Shaw customers using Windows computers) can help you set restrictions on your children's Internet use. You can limit the type of content your child views, block specific websites, and restrict the times they can go online.

Configure parental controls

  1. Open the McAfee Internet Security app on your computer.
  2. Expand Parental Controls and click Parental Controls: Set Up.
  3. Enter an administrator password and password recovery hint.
  4. Click Edit next to Protect Your Family.
  5. Click Protect next to the child you are setting up rules for.
  6. The Parental Controls screen has two lists, Allowed and Blocked, you can use to sort types of online activities.
  7. Set your child's age range to sort activities according to McAfee's recommendations.
  8. Select an activity and click the left or right arrows to move it to the other list.
  9. Click Optional Settings if you would like to block potentially inappropriate websites from being accessed, or to allow or block specific websites.
  10. Click Online Schedule to set the days and hours your child can go online.
  11. Click Done.

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