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Software Review – Parental Control Software – Freeware

Hi,It have been long time since last post. Today I am going to review a software that is is most useful if you work in a office and handle your IT department, If you have children at home and your want to block access to some sites without any visible changes, here is the best application for you.


Software name: Golden Filter Premium
Provider Company: GSI Technologies
File Name: GFPreSetup.exe
File Size: 3.10 MB
Latest Version: 3.1


Some of the most important and required features listed below.
  • It does not create any folder or shortcut in Start Menu.
  • It does not create its files at easily visible place.
  • It does not create any taskbar icon while running. No one can know what is running in background.
  • It is totally safe (No Virus, Malware, Adware or any other kind of threat, confirmed with multiple antivirus applications. ex. MSE, Norton, AVG, QuickHeal, McAfee)
  • No listing at Add or Remove Program control panel. No one can remove it easily.
  • Can be disabled using software itself.
  • Password Protected.
  • Toggle Function keys to show and hide application.
  • Can capture Screen and record to play later for administrator.
  • Restricted words to shut down any application running that contains such words (all supported Browsers).
  • Restricted Software
  • Hiding your important Folders
  • It is FREEWARE.


Login Screen:
parental control
Home Screen:
parental control
Application Setting Screen:
parental control
Time Based Setting Screen:
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I have just included some of sample images. There a lot more control to use this application.

Download Links

Thanks for reading. One your next visit, I will be writing about the using method of this application with detailed snapshots. Please share if you find this post helpful.
+John Bhatt 

About John Bhatt

Aka, Prithvi Raj Bhatt, A Proud Nepali, Blogger, Software Developer, ASP.NET, Web Designer & Developer, Faculty and a Troubleshooter blog @PRsBlog

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