Editors' reviewDesigned to control which sites your kids can access, Web Wheels' security efforts are easily defeated. The program's outdated interface isn't very appealing, but it is easy to operate. Through the Configuration Manager, parents can create individual accounts and specify allowed Web sites for each child. You can even add pictures to easily identify users. Like similar browsers, it offers standard navigational buttons and there are colorful icons for each permitted Web site on the main window. There's no address bar, so kids can only go to approved sites while using the program. Unfortunately, Web Wheels has no password-protection or other security features. Only the youngest of users won't be able to shut down Web Wheels and use a different Internet browser program. This five-day demo program isn't powerful enough to safeguard children while surfing the Net.
Children's Internet Browser that allows Parents to control the Web sites that kids can visit. Web Wheels supports multiple users so Parents can define different lists of Web sites for each child in the family. The users created can have images associated with them, which makes it easy for pre-school children to navigate.
Web Wheels comes pre-loaded with several Web sites for kids. Additional Web sites can be added by parents. Version 184.108.40.206 re-write password Protected Shutdown, improved configuration, and print limits.
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Version 220.127.116.11 re-write password Protected Shutdown, improved configuration, and print limits.