Internet Security Controller

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Track how social networks are used once you download Internet Security Controller free. Internet Security Controller will eliminate excesses in their use

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We aren't saying anything new when we say that social networks have become a radical change in the way we communicate and in the way that we use Internet, but, isn't the time we dedicate to them excessive?

Internet Security Controller makes it possible to keep track of the use that your family or your workers makes of social networks. With it on your PC you will be able to control the time dedicated to use these services as well having the option to establish a timetable in which they can be accessed.

Features

  • Compatible with the main social networks like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube... As well as to have the possibility to add others.
  • Create your own timetable very easily by means of graphs.
  • Establish permits based on days as well as times.
  • Establish different time limits based on the websites that are visited.
  • Doesn't affect the Internet connection speed.

Simple configuration, immediate effectiveness

The process takes place in four simple steps. In the first place you will have to input the names of the social networks to block with the application. You will have a popular networks list and a box in which you can include those that aren't included. After that you will be able to establish timetable for each day of the week and the access duration. Therefore, create a password to avoid that anybody modifies that adjustments that you have performed.

Designed specifically for social networks.

Do you lose too much time using Facebook? Are your children incapable of concentrating on their studies with so many friends? Do your workers lose productivity due to the fact that they access their accounts from work? Download Internet Security Controller free and stop these excesses.

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