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MSN timing

walt

FPCH Member
Joined
Nov 26, 2007
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15
Location
South of England
PC Experience
Very Experienced
Operating System
Windows XP - Home Edition
#1
I know it should be down to the child and parents, but so we don't have to go through the ordeal of tamptrames etc. Do you know of a way that I can put a time limit on MSN and password protect it as well?
Any help with this matter will say a lot of problems with a 18 year old trying to do his A levels
Walt
 
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Wolfeymole

#2
tamptrames?

Do you mean temper tantrums Walt?

Is your 18 year old spending far too much time on MSN Messenger etc?
 

walt

FPCH Member
Joined
Nov 26, 2007
Messages
15
Location
South of England
PC Experience
Very Experienced
Operating System
Windows XP - Home Edition
#3
Hi sorry about that. Yes temper and yes he is and really spending too long on it without doing his homework.I know he is 18 and his life, but he will only have one shot at this.
Walt