Your child is hooked on instant messaging, spending hours a day chatting with his buddies. Blocking it seems like the easy way out, but you've been a teenager too and you know this is not the answer.
Simple as aloha
Installation made easy
Everything in Kaohi has been designed with simplicity in mind. From the initial setup, automatically done when you start Kaohi for the first time, to the policy configuration: The password protected Parental Kaohi window gives a clear overview of the current settings, and changing it is simple as a breeze.
Easy to manage
Instantly review the total time allowed, and adapt it according to your needs. Any change you make is reflected right away in the time left.
Easier to use
The timer's simple color scheme lets the child instantly visualize the status, whether there is some time left, or even time taken over from yesterday's quota. One click and he can start or stop the timer that allows MSN access.
Extend OS X's parental control
OS X's parental control
Parental control on Leopard is great, and a tremendous update to Tiger's implementation. It is however limited to widely used features (curfew, sites blocking..). Kaohi lets you extend it by adding the time limit flexibility. Use Apple's system preferences pane to configure the globally allowed mac usage, and use Kaohi to further fine grain tune the time MSN can be used.