We have a Dell desktop with Windows XP. We gave out 6 year old son his own login (without a password) and he knows how to launch Internet Explorer and use the favorites where there's 4 or 5 sites he can use to play games (Noggin, Disney, Lego, etc.). Tonight, he was playing games for about an hour while we were watching TV. When I came up to check on him, he was playing some type of commando game (running around firing weapons). I used his back button to find out that he had played a few games on some free game site (don't remember the name offhand) and that he got there by typing into the search bar at the top: monstrgams He had seen a commercial earlier in the day for monsters vs aliens and wanted to play a game about it. Of course, google search results said "do you mean monster games?" and listed several sites, one of which he clicked on. Of course, we had a long talk with him about only using his personal sites and if he wants something different to let us find it, but, is it possible to only allow him to visit the sites we've specified? When I go into user accounts as administrator, the only options for adjusting his account are to change the type or change the name or delete. Nothing about parental controls. When I'm logged onto his account, it won't really let me change anything, because his account only has limited control. What are my options?