Brisbane, Australia, December 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Leading internet filtering software program, Integard, is now compatible with Microsoft’s newest operating system. To allow consumers to keep up to date with the latest software advancements, Integard’s upgraded version of online protection now operates on Windows 7 desktops.
The new Integard Home v2.0, released this month, provides Activity Reports and social network site monitoring to guard children from the dangers of the virtual world. It allows those families quick to jump on the Windows 7 bandwagon full online protection for their children from day one of their new Windows 7 system.
Families now have the opportunity to utilise their new Windows 7 desktop as well as be rest assured that their children will continue to be protected online by Integard.
One of the major additions to the new version of Integard Home is Activity reports, which give parents a simple snapshot of what their children are doing on the internet.
If a child is depressed as a result of cyber bullying, obsessed with losing weight, or just researching for school projects, the Integard Activity Report will display it. Anything suspicious is flagged and can be immediately reported to the parent with an email.
Race River Corporation is helping parents take the first step in protecting their children online by offering a 30-Day free trial of Integard Home v2.0 for Windows 7, available on www.raceriver.com.
Integard is a software program provided by Race River Corporation, an Australian company. Race River Corporation is a participant of The Australian Government ICT MUL and Integard is one of the selected internet filters by the Australian Government as part of the NetAlert “Protecting Australian Families Online” initiative.