How to set the time limit for parental control in Windows 10

Parental control in Windows 10 has changed to be linked to the Microsoft. Αρκετά χαρακτηριστικά του νέου λειτουργικού συστήματος εξαρτώνται από τον λογαριασμό της Microsoft. Μπορείτε να χρησιμοποιήσετε έναν τοπικό λογαριασμό στον σας, αλλά με αυτόν τον τρόπο θα χάσετε μερικά χαρακτηριστικά, και τα of the parent , like the time limit, is one of them.

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For now, if you want to In the parental control mode, you should link the Microsoft account to the central administrator account of the computer, and then add the child's account to it.

If you want to use a local account, with restrictions imposed, the process can be difficult. There is no GUI, but you can use the command line instead. Below you will see how to create a timeout log for local accounts in Windows 10.

Run the command line ( Prompt) ως διαχειριστής και κάντε επικόλληση την παρακάτω εντολή

net user username / times: MF, 9pm-11pm; Sa-Su, 5pm-6pm

Replace "Username" with the name of the Windows account you want to add it to time limit (time limitation). MF represent the days and the hour that follows represents the time frame within which the user can log in. You can set different time limits for different days of the week.


Press enter and manolakis will no longer be able to connect outside the specified time frame.

To undo this command and allow the user to log on at any time, run the following command on the command line with administrator privileges.

net user username / times: all The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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