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Published on 03.28.07 by Brent Trahan

Windows Vista Time Limits

Control when a user can use the computer with Windows Vista Time Limits.


Lets say you don’t want little Johnny on the computer when you are at work and late at night. You can set up when you want little Johnny to be able to use the computer with Time Limits on Windows Vista.

Set Time Limits

Note: Before you can turn on Time Limits for a user account that account needs to have Parental Controls turned on. Learn how to turn on Parental Controls with the Turn Parental Controls on in Windows Vista guide.

  1. Open the Start Menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Open Parental Controls.
  3. Select the user you want to turn Time Limits on.
  4. Click Time Limits.


  5. Highlight each box blue for each hour of every day you don’t want little Johnny on the computer.


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  1. andrew says:

    ok someone put that on my adminstrative account. and i cant log in to it. How do i get pass it?

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