Microsoft is building new access control technology into Windows Vista to keep kids, among things, from playing games that are rated for mature audiences. The nice thing is that the software will now recognise age guidance settings and automatically, keeping junior from playing games rated "M" for mature and the likes.
The user can access all games in a single spot, regardless of their actual location on the hard drive.
One click sets game age controls, based on the standards set by the Entertainment Software Rating Board.
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