"As you may have seen in other operating systems, parental
control solutions typically include a feature to limit when and how
much time users can log into their individual accounts. For
example, you can give Billy access from 4 to 7pm on weekdays and
8am to 8pm on weekends, while limiting each day's usage time to 2
hours. In addition to making sure your children don't spend too
much time in front of the screen, this can help you keep a better
eye on them by letting them on the computer only when you're
around. For example, you can tighten the range of hours; maybe only
give Billy 6 to 7pm on school nights and noon to 3pm on the
"Timekpr is one program you can use to get this type of usage
control. It lets you limit access periods and length of usage, with
the ability to configure different limits for each day."
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