As much as I don't like
But for the subset of a subset of Mac-owning parents and educators who run dual-boot installations of Windows and OS X, making sure that those same online rules are followed for both operating systems can be a bit of a pain. Enter the latest version of Intego's filtering software, ContentBarrier X5 DP--the DP means "dual platform," but we're pretty sure the X in X5 stands for eXcellent, or eXtreme, or perhaps even
As the press release says: "Parents choose which categories of content to block, and can block specific
This new version has all that jazz on the Mac side, and serves up similar restrictions on the Windows side by incorporating Profil Technology's Parental Filter 2. Seems like a no-brainer for households that use both Windows machines and Macs. Plus, buying the dual-platform solution costs US$60--just $10 more than the Mac-only version.
This story, "Intego Offers up Dual-platform Filtering Solution" was originally published by Macworld.