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Filtering and monitoring?
By Summer
1/15/2013 7:28:05 AM
Hey all. I really could use some help! We have filtering and monitoring on our computer usually. But we just aren't happy with it. We've tried covenant eyes and web-watcher. We feel it slows the computer down and causes crashes. Does anyone have any suggestions . We have kids and feel its important to be aware of their Internet activities and we would like to find something that has separate log ins for everyone with different filters settings...we have young kids and a teenager. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!

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Add more RAM    
"This could help your computer run better while using this software. Also, it could help to edit your startup options on the computer so maybe not so many programs start up with the computer. Running system utilities like scandisk also help. "
posted at 08:48:33 on January 15, 2013 by g1rlie
OpenDNS    
"It doesn't log very well, and has no user-specific capabilities, but it is a great filtering service, has no impact on computer performance, and will effectively filter internet usage for all web-enabled devices connected to your home network (Wii, XBox, PS3, phones, computer, laptops, etc.)

More Info: https://store.opendns.com/familyshield/setup/

Its not exactly what you're looking for, but it is an extra layer of protection with no drawbacks that I have found."
posted at 11:21:39 on January 15, 2013 by Anonymous
k9 internet filtering    
"Also not exactly what u are looking for but i really like it because without the password, u cant install or bypass it. its not perfect, but there isnt a perfect filter. we use this one"
posted at 14:52:27 on January 15, 2013 by Anonymous


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