Microsoft Edge adds Kids Mode mode, provides rich features and privacy protection
Microsoft Edge is currently testing a Kids Mode model for children and young people. This model actually restricts content access to a network environment that protects children. But what Microsoft provides is not only the content that parents can actively control children’s access but also directly provides very rich functions to automatically protect children’s access.
Especially in terms of privacy, Microsoft directly puts the Kids Mode under strict tracking mode, under which most conventional tracking methods cannot be tracked continuously.
In addition, when the Kids Mode mode is enabled, Bing Search will automatically enable the safe search mode to help children filter out certain content that is not conducive to the healthy growth of children.
Since it is a Kids Mode mode, it naturally also needs to provide parental control. The parental control provided by the Microsoft browser allows parents to modify and configure related content.
In the normal mode, parents can easily enable the Kids Mode mode, but if you want to switch from the Kids Mode mode to the normal mode, you need to enter a password to prevent children from modifying it.
In addition, the Kids Mode mode also provides child-friendly articles, can customize the browser theme, etc., so that children have a better experience when using the browser.
The Kids Mode mode is currently undergoing early testing. After the test is completed, this feature will be launched for all stable version users.