How to Enable Parental Control in Windows Media Player


This article explains the way to enable parental controls in windows media player in your windows 7 computer

How to enable parental control in windows media player


The windows media player has parental control feature. Any parent wishes his children not to see adult DVD video in the windows media player in their windows 7 computer. Here is a method to enable parental control in the windows media player in your windows 7 computer.

  • First run open the Windows Media Player, click on the drop-down menu --> Tools --> Options as shown below.

  • Screen shot of Tools and Options menu in windows media player in windows 7
  • 2.Select the DVD tab, enable the Parental Control, select a rating according to the age of your child. Click OK to save the setting as shown below.

  • Screen shot of Parental control rating in windows media player in windows 7
  • Now the parental control is enabled and your child cannot see unwanted videos in Windows media player in your windows 7 computer.


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