Block Websites and Applications on Your Mac
No matter you are a parent who concerns about kids using Mac computers, or an employer who wants to restrict staff activities on office Mac, you can find an effective way to filter inappropriate websites and applications with the two methods we are talking about now.
Block Contents with Built-in Parental Controls
The built-in Parental Controls in Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6 gives users the ability of blocking websites, applications and iChat easily. Here are the steps:
- Please first make sure you have the Admin authority. Log in with an administrator account on the target computer.
- Click “System Preferences” on the icon in the Dock.
- You can find the “Parental Controls” under “System” panel.
- You need to enter your admin username and password to proceed.
- Then you are able to select the account you want to control from the list.
- Set up the Parental Controls by choosing "allow" or "disallow".
- You need Admin account and password to make the Parental Controls work.
- If you need a “Logs” feature in its Parental Controls, please try it in Leopard and higher systems while Mac OS X 10.4 is not supported.
- The Admin account is not in the list which is restricted by built-in Parental Controls.
Restrict users with Aobo Filter for Mac
Aobo Filter for Mac is a kind of parental control software which enables Mac admins to block websites, applications and track website visits on any Mac computer with Mac OS X, 10.6.x, 10.7.x, 10.8.x, 10.9.x and above system.
The Mac user can apply Aobo Filter for Mac to any user account on the computer even it’s an administrator account. The Aobo Filter for Mac will automatically and stealthily work in the background after installed onto the computer.
What’s the Aobo Internet Filter for Mac Key Features
- Work automatically every time the Mac starts
- Block every website/URL you entered into the Black list
- Filter the programs in App Filter list and stop them running
- Remember every website the users visited in any browsers
- Adding website history to Whitelist or Blacklist is available
- Restrict all users on the Mac
- Users are able to protect the filter with a Password
- Users are able to set a hotkey for the Filter
- Users need an Admin password while installation
Here are all the effective and easy ways we offer to you, hope they can help you if you are looking for a way to restrict your Mac computer usages.Aobo Internet Filter for Mac Free Trial is Available now!
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