To get started, head back to your Accounts menu under Settings.
Under Family & Other People, you’ll see your child’s account and a new option to Manage Family Settings Online.
If they already have a Microsoft account, you should only see the second email.
Complete the email verification first, if required, then accept parental supervision by clicking the blue button in this email: (You may need to log out of your own Microsoft Account first, to avoid confusing your web browser.) Now that your child’s Microsoft account is activated and you’re recognized as their responsible adult, it’s time to set up and apply parental controls for your Windows 10 devices.
Important: Please note that the built-in parental controls in Windows 10 have significant deficiencies, and the Windows parental controls provide incomplete protection.
We have no control over the content of these pages. Setting up parental controls can be very beneficial for your family.Below, we will walk you through how to set up parental controls for Windows 10.Setting up Windows 10 parental controls is fairly straightforward: we'll add a special 'family' user account to your device, indicate that they are a child under your supervision, and set up content and usage restrictions through the Microsoft Family.To complete the set-up process, you'll need: (While it's possible to set up parental controls on a Windows 10 phone, it's generally much easier on a larger screen.) You will only need access to your child's existing email account if they already have a Microsoft account of their own – they will receive an email asking to confirm they are family.To get you started, let’s take a look at the three most important control areas: Web Browsing, Apps, Games, & Media, and Screen Time.By default, Windows will block search results and filter websites known to contain potentially inappropriate content.Net Nanny provides the most accurate content filtering, device wide protection, enhanced screen time controls and protection for all your devices (including smart phones and tablets) everywhere they go.Learn more about why you’ll want to consider limiting screen time for your kids.However, there are a few weaknesses to web filter-based approaches, like the one Microsoft uses here to screen mature content.A website that hasn’t yet been added to their ‘adult content’ blacklist will still be accessible to your child, as will user generated content (such as comments or social media posts) on otherwise ‘safe’ sites.