Childproof your Computer, Make Random Key Pressing Fun
Article by George Norman
On 08 Jan 2009
Children see you spend most of your time in front of a computer monitor and naturally become curious. The moment you leave your computer they will take over the keyboard and start typing away, clueless about what will result from all this innocent key pressing. It’s not like they want to purposely ruin the presentation you were working on for the past two days, they’re just attracted by the technology (just like you are).

If you would like to turn this random key pressing into a fun experience for your little one, and at the same time make sure that they do not stumble upon something they shouldn’t , then perhaps you might consider using a handy piece of software called Crazy little Fingers version 1.0.0

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The software’s developer explains: “Bub's are curious, bub's like to imitate. You're always amazed at the way bub copies the things that you do, and laugh when you see her with one hand one the keyboard and one on the mouse like a true fps'er, but at the same time getting quickly frustrated because 'nothing' is happening. And then she hits the magic combination to hack into the FBI, delete some important files and shutdown your computer.”

The manner in which Crazy Little Fingers works is a very simple one: you assign images to certain keyboards and whenever your child presses that keyboard the image will be displayed on the monitor. Any key that has not been assigned a picture will be disabled (for your peace of mind, that key will not do anything when it pressed). To disable Crazy Little Fingers all you have to do is press Ctrl + Alt + Del.

If your child is a bit older and is actively using the computer, perhaps you would be interested in some parental monitoring software or a tool to lock folders and limit application access.

If you would like to get Crazy Little Fingers 1.0.0, a download location is available here.



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