EasyBits Security Shield
If you are looking for EasyBits Security Shield, you have come to the right place. We explain what EasyBits Security Shield is and point you to the official download.
What is EasyBits Security Shield?
The EasyBits Security Shield is a component of the Magic Desktop software designed by EasyBits Kids line, a desktop operating system specially crafted for children of ages 2 up to 10. Voted as one of the best software for kids up to 10 years of age by the Deloitte & Touche for the Safer Internet Day program by the European Union, the Magic Desktop creates a safe and secure environment for children and lets them experience the basic capabilities of a computer, without exposing them to unnecessary harm or questionable content on the Internet. The EasyBits Security Shield is an integral part of the Magic Desktop software, as it acts as both a firewall and an automatic parental control suite that filters out the worst parts of the Internet from ever reaching your child.
The Magic Desktop is designed around the flexibility and capability of Windows and offers a suite of learning applications, fully featured parental control, a safe Internet and e-mail networking technology, No Homework No Play system, plus music, games, and movies that the child will love, all in one safe package. The Magic Desktop is available in 30 languages, has a free edition, and can be downloaded and installed in any existing PC.
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About file types supported by EasyBits Security Shield
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Last updated: : March 8, 2012