No more telling, nagging or trying to educate your children to spend less time on the home computer. No siblings' arguments: 'it's my turn now', 'you have been on it for so long...', etc. Just relax and let Fred take control.
AlaTimer lets you restrict each child (Windows user) to a daily number of minutes. Sixty (60) seconds prior to this period expiring a message will pop-up, asking the user to logoff. AlaTimer could be configured to either logoff, shutdown or restart the computer, at the end of this period.
Mouse hover over Fred's icon and a short message pops-up showing how long you have spent using the computer and how many more minutes are left, for the day. Click the mouse left button and the computer and Internet schedule pops up.
AlaFredy configures AlaTimer - using AlaFredy a computer Administrator can read, display and/or modify all AlaTimer settings, over a (home) network, from any of the network computers.
So, with AlaTimer installed on multiple computers, AlaFredy will control them all, from any remote location, as long as you are connected to the network and have Administrator's rights. Each time you attempt to modify the setup using AlaFredy, you are required to enter a password. The default password is: 'password'. You may change the password as often as needed, but please ensure you remember it.
If during the day you have decided that a user requires more or less computer time, or that the Computer or Internet use schedules should change,simply run AlaFredy, on your own computer and apply any modification, as needed.
Evaluate this software absolutely free, for 30 days ! Registration is per machine and there is no limit to the number of children (Windows users).
You may use your bank account or a credit card and make payment through Paypal, as instructed.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any suggestions, or questions. AlaTimer was written for you. Enjoy and remember: 'Fred Flinstone loves your kids!'
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