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maps71

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I have windows XP Pro and my account and my 6 years old daughter as well in the computer. What I want to know is if it's possible on my daughter's account she have only access to the internet explorer and the games I installed, and all the ither software menus simply disapear.

Sorry my english, hope you understand all.

Regards and nice job in here
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Have a look at Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit for Windows XP

http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en

Shared computers are commonly found in schools, libraries, Internet and gaming cafés, community centers, and other locations. Often, non-technical personnel are asked to manage shared computers in addition to their primary responsibilities.

Managing shared computers can be difficult, time-consuming, and expensive. Without restrictions, users can change the desktop appearance, reconfigure system settings, and introduce spyware, viruses, and other harmful programs. Repairing damaged shared computers costs significant time and effort.

User privacy is also an issue. Shared computers often use shared accounts that make Internet history, saved documents, and cached Web pages available to subsequent users.

The Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit for Windows XP provides a simple and effective way to defend shared computers from untrusted users and malicious software, safeguard system resources, and enhance and simplify the user experience. The Toolkit runs on genuine copies of Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, and Windows XP Tablet PC Edition.
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