3 Steps to Make Windows 10 Safer for Kids

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I have two young kids that are doing full virtual learning during the pandemic. Prior to this, they haven’t spent much time on computers, and subsequently I hadn’t invested much time in kid-proofing. They’re spending a lot of time on the computer now, though, and exploring more as they become increasingly competent and comfortable.




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