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While the internet is a great place for children to play, learn and connect, there can be risks where you least expect it. Parents can't always be there to protect children from inappropriate content or unwanted contact from strangers. You don't have to become a tech wiz to learn how to create a safer and more secure experience for your child. These step-by-step Microsoft Safer 'How To' Videos provide a step by step guide of how to set up family safety settings on the various Microsoft devices, including Xbox One, Xbox 360, Windows Phone, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
The internet is a valuable resource and great place for children to learn and connect. But like anything, there are risks. Microsoft wants to help parents help their children have positive and safe online experiences. Find out how in Microsoft's Safer Families video series.