Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is one of the most popular and most interactive services on the Internet. But unlike CB, Internet Relay Chat lets people all over the world participate in real-time conversations. Using an IRC client (program) you can exchange text messages interactively with other people all over the world.Sure, the Web is nice for finding info and E-mail beats snailmail hands down, but when you”ve been wondering ”where the others are? Some of the more popular chat clients are m IRC, Ice Chat, and Virc for Windows and Homer or Ircle for Mac”s.It’s a less than ideal situation if you want to let your kids play the kid-friendly games in your Steam library.
By default, when you launch the Steam client you have full access to everything: the Steam store, the complete game library of the current user, the Steam Community (online discussions), the profile of the current user, and all the settings.
Just take a look at the screenshot above: not only are there a bunch of kid-inappropriate games we certainly wouldn’t want our kids playing, but they can also (with just a few clicks) open the store and purchase things, hop into the Steam Community and talk with anyone, or otherwise mess around with settings and our content.
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Even though there’s no objectionable game content in your child’s Steam account, it’s still nice to be able to lock down the account so that they can’t access the Steam store or find themselves chatting with random people via the Steam communities and chat.
We’ve had the opportunity to beta-test Family Options and have been quite pleased with it.It’s a pain to jump through the security hoops and unlock your client if you forget it. The first stop should be the Library to confirm the games you selected are displayed and, if you locked down any of the major categories, they’re grayed out: Not only is the selection of games reduced to only the kid-friendly ones we selected (no to be seen) but the Store, Community, and Profile navigation elements are darkened and inaccessible. To do so, look for the Family Options icon located in the upper right hand side of the Steam client window (seen in the screenshot above). After entering your PIN, your Steam client window will refresh: Everything will look exactly like it did when we started this tutorial, with the small edition of the Family Options icon (now red) seen in the screenshot above.After you’re done gaming or editing the settings for Family Options mode, you can simply tap on that icon to lock the Steam client back down. You can easily toggle the mode on and off, add more games to your kid-friendly white list, and rest easy knowing that you won’t have to deal with your kids stumbling into a gory game.Once it has finished loading, navigate via the menu bar to Steam – Settings. At the top of the screen you’ll see Family Options, as seen in the screenshot above. The Family Options has two sections you can manage: Library Content and Online Content & Features.It defaults to the strictest settings: only games you choose (which, by default, is none of them) and no Online Content & Features.This form of Licensing is based on Provincial legislation including licensing standards.