Microsoft Edge gets child mode
Microsoft Edge gets child mode

Microsoft announced the "Kids Mode" for its Microsoft Edge web browser, which includes several features to protect children while surfing the Internet.

Currently, Child Mode is rolling out to Edge Insider users through Dev and Canary, and you can find more information about Child Mode on the Microsoft Edge Insider homepage.

Kids Mode includes dedicated browser features and kid-friendly elements to keep kids safe online.

This mode also includes a Bing SafeSearch feature to keep children away from adult search results and to mark block follow as strict. Microsoft should consider children ages 5 to 12 when designing Kids Mode.

The "Child" mode can be activated by selecting a browser profile and no sub-account is required. Even if you use a shared computer, it's easy to set up and use.

A password is required to exit child mode, which can be used to set exceptions while browsing.

For example, if your child wants to visit a website that you know is kid-friendly but "child status" is prohibited, you can allow access to that website.

Parents can choose which sites their children can visit. This mode contains an approved menu that parents can use to customize your browsing experience.

The blacklist should allow precise control over the child's position, which is a good thing because parents may want to adjust this position as the child grows.

Microsoft plans to add more functionality to Child Mode over time and is rolling out to Microsoft Edge Insiders.

Children's modes are common functions of broadcasting services and devices, for example b. A Just for Kids account with Netflix and Amazon FreeTime for Fire TV and Fire TV sticks.

Also, there are some child-related settings that you can easily use that will help you avoid problems by choosing methods children can try.

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