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Software Sets Time Limits On PC Usage

The Fresh Software Company has unveiled a utility that lets parents set a time limit for children's online activity. Dubbed Time's Up, the Windows package is available now for $44.95.

Time's Up issues a two-minute warning before the set time expires and allows children to save their progress before the program closes, according to company officials.

Other features let parents view and print usage reports of applications each family member has used.