Best Internet Monitoring Software For Parents Review

If you are looking to watch what you kids are doing online then you should know there is software out there to help you do just that.  But how do you know which software to even pick?

Well I have looked at a bunch of them – PC Tattletale, Webwatcher, Refrog Keylogger, Spectorsoft, you name it.  But the one that impressed me the most is called PC Tattletale.  Why?

Well PC Tattletale (which you can check out at http://www.pctattletale.com) is great Internet monitoring software for parents.  I like it the most because it is darn easy to use.  Unlike the other programs PC Tattletale can be installed on your kids computer in only a few minutes.  You do not need to be a coomputer expert to install it.  This is a real life saver.

To see how easy it is to install check out this YouTube video called internet monitoring software for parents.  You can watch the video here:

 

You will see that PC Tattletale is extrememly easy to put on your kids computer.  It is 100% undetectable by them too.  That is nice.  Now you can tell your children that you are watching them if you want.  But you can sleep well at night knowing that your child will have no idea at all that you are able to watch their every move (and I mean every move).  PC Tattletale shows you their activity in a DVR style playback format.  That way you can see if they are using sites like snap chat, vine, Facebook.  Almost anything you can think of.

Why would you want to watch your kids?  That is an easy question to answer.

Cyberbullying is a real problem online these days.  1 in 4 kids will be cyberbullied.  That means it is pretty likely your kid will be a part of these activites.  Doesn’t it make sense to know if they are involved with this?  I think so.

What you will likely see in a Cyberbullying problem is that you child just starts acting withdrawn, sad, and not their happy self.  When you see this you need to see what is going on because they won’t tell you.  That is why you need to check out PC Tattletale.

 

 

 

 

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