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Keep your family safe online with Microsoft Family Safety
Keeping your family safe online has never been easier!
Family options: Set Windows to protect your family online
Use Family options to help keep kids and other family members safe online.
Staying safe from email & chat scams
Windows Defender engineer Erik Wahlstrom explains email and web chat scams - how to spot them, what to do if you see one, and how to protect your online safety.
Avoiding technical support scams
Learn what to look out for with telephone and web pop-up scams and how to report them.
Get to know Microsoft family features and settings
Windows protections for your family as they explore online.
Staying safe on public Wi-Fi
Public Wi-Fi networks pose security risks that are avoidable with these safety tips.
Firewall & network protections: Keep unwanted online traffic out
Check up on your Windows Defender Firewall protection.
Meet Moji: Privacy is a key in reaching for potential
Moji Adesanoye works to protect the privacy of people striving to reach their potential with technology.
Staying safe from web browser scams
Windows Defender engineer Erik Wahlstrom has seen web browser scams. Here, Erik shows how to spot a scam and how to best use Windows and Microsoft Edge for online safety.
Staying safe from call scams
Windows Defender engineer Erik Wahlstrom shows you some ways to spot and avoid technical support call scams, and what to do if you get a scam call.
Microsoft encourages everyone to take the challenge to help make the internet a safer place. Our third Digital Civility Index showed digital interactions and responses to online risks are improving around the world. This council of teens serves as a sounding board for Microsoft online safety ...
Whether you’re concerned about little ones, tweens, or teens, you’ll find easy-to-follow guidance that addresses their pressing online safety issues, including online bullying and the use of games and mobile phones. Use the links below to access quick internet safety tips, and ideas for improving communication and protecting your family online.
We have a family account with 2 adults and 3 children. All but one of the accounts is fine. For one child we cannot access Online Safety to enable him to play Fortnight. We have been (for months and using 2 separate consoles + using PC) getting the following message when we try to access . Xbox One/Windows 10 Online Safety
Xbox One has online safety and privacy settings for parents and kids that you can customize to suit your family. Find out how.
The fastest way to change your child’s privacy and settings for Xbox is to do it online. Only Microsoft family adults can do this. Here’s how: