1 In the Family Safety dialog box, click
a user for whom Family Safety settings
are turned on.
2 Click Windows Store And Game
3 Click the first option, “User” Can Play
All Games And View All Windows
Store Apps, if you don’t want the user
to play games; if you leave this setting
selected, use the Allow Or Block
Games And Windows Store Apps
By Rating link to make additional
4 If you prefer to allow the user to use
some games, click Set Game And
Windows Store Ratings.
5 Click to allow or block games with no
6 Click a rating level.
7 Click the Close button.
If your children are into online games, take a look at Section
9, “Working with Apps,” for more about playing games online,
including some safety tips
It is possible to stop users from working with certain apps by
using Family Safety. For example, if you use a program for your
work and don’t want to risk having your child open your work
and make changes to it, you might want to use this control. If
you want to restrict access to certain apps on your computer,
on the Family Safety screen displayed in step 2 of this task,
click a user and then click Program Limits. Click the option for
allowing use only of certain programs, and then on the list that
appears, click to select any installed programs. Click OK to set