Click Manage Family Settings Online to open the Microsoft Family parental control page in your web browser.
If your child’s account was set up successfully, your parental control page should look like this, with an entry for each child under your supervision: The menu options on the right are where you can monitor each child’s activity and set parental control limits.
To get started, head back to your Accounts menu under Settings.
Under Family & Other People, you’ll see your child’s account and a new option to Manage Family Settings Online.
This lets you set, control, and monitor your child's devices from any Internet-connected device by logging in with your Microsoft account.
As for your child's online experience, this means that the limits you set on content and usage will apply to any Microsoft system, from your desktop to the family Xbox.
To get you started, let’s take a look at the three most important control areas: Web Browsing, Apps, Games, & Media, and Screen Time.
By default, Windows will block search results and filter websites known to contain potentially inappropriate content.
Once you're all set up, go to Settings Accounts and click on “Sign in with a Microsoft account instead”.
The good news is, Net Nanny’s parental control software can enhance your digital protection by going one step further.
Net Nanny can: By default, no child is allowed to use their Microsoft account to download adult games or movies.
However, there are a few weaknesses to web filter-based approaches, like the one Microsoft uses here to screen mature content.
A website that hasn’t yet been added to their ‘adult content’ blacklist will still be accessible to your child, as will user generated content (such as comments or social media posts) on otherwise ‘safe’ sites.