To set up family computer settings:
To manage family settings
On your Windows 10 PC, Go to Settings > Accounts > Family & other users.
Click Manage family settings.
Select settings to turn on for your child’s account:
Recent activity allows you to turn on activity reporting for your child so that you can see what they’ve been searching for online. Once you’ve turned it on, you can see what websites they’ve been visiting, what apps and games they’ve been downloading and playing, and how much time they’ve been spending on their devices right from the Recent activity page. You can also get activity reports emailed to adults in the family weekly.
Websites is where you can turn on website restrictions for your child. You can choose to block or allow specific sites and to restrict websites rated beyond a certain age. If you have very young children, you can also choose to only allow them to visit websites you’ve decided are safe.
Apps & games is where you can turn on restrictions for apps and games. You can choose to only allow you child to download games below a certain age rating and you can see the apps and games that you’ve blocked or allowed.
Screen time allows you to set limits as to when during the day your child can be on their Windows devices and the maximum amount of time they can spend on each device per day.