OK, I will give that a try when I get home.
Just to be clear, when the computer boots up it's going to ask for my son's password to his computer, then I go into the settings somehow and change the computer to my sign in?
I am the parent, with 2 "child" laptops I want to monitor. Both children are showing up as "kids" on the Family Safety home page. However, only two laptops are showing up under "Applies to these devices" (mine and one child). I have tried following the steps on the Microsoft.com help...
I have a Windows 8 tablet/ultrabook (Lenovo Yoga). I primarily use the desktop to operate and have many icons and shortcuts arranged to facilitate the use of my computer.
When I use my PC in tablet mode, sometimes I rotate the screen to read PDFs, certain webpages, etc. When I rotate...
Tablets, yes. Tablet PCs (i.e. running i3/5/7 processors- full fledged laptops) running full Windows 8, unfortunately not.....unless I'm missing something you have to physically tap the task bar to make a keyboard pop up.