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Chicopee, Massachusetts (PressExposure) June 09, 2009 -- IMonitor Time Sheriff is a computer time control software and parental control software for parents and small business.

It allows you to set individual time limits for each application, e.g. allow your kids 2 hours/day of gaming. Or, completely prohibit the use of certain programs. It also can force kids to take short breaks in computer work to relax the eyes.

Do you know that computers can be a real pain for your kids ? Sitting for a long time in positions that aren't natural for their body can strain their hands, wrists, back, and eyes. If you are concerned your child may be spending too much time online or playing games IMonitor TimeSheriff will offer a solution. It allows you to set limits on how much time your child spends on the computer or online.

IMonitor TimeSheriff main features include: Limit time your kids spend on the home PC Limit computer time when your child play games Control time when your child or kids work on pc or online Specify time when your child surfing internet Restrict access to computer system time Set work time and break time to protect your kids' eyesight and health. Can work in stealth mode, will be not able to uninstall without administration passoword. Windows access control. Individual application and group limits.

IMonitor TimeSheriff is useful for parents to restrict how much time or when their children can use the computer, in order to protect your children. For example, you can use it to make sure that your children only access the Internet while the parents are home, or to set how many hours per day they can access the Internet. IMonitor TimeSheriff is also useful in a business setting as a security function to prevent people from using the computer during hours when nobody is supposed to be in the office. Likewise, it can be useful in schools, libraries, and other places where computers are make available to people freely at some times, but not others.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 11, 2009 at 2:52 am
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