Net Nanny Compared to Apple Parental Controls

Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard includes expanded parental controls, which allow parents to choose some limits regarding what their children can access while using their Macs. The following is a comparison of the two types of parental control systems, showing why Net Nanny is far superior to Apple's parental controls in Leopard.

Net NannyApple Parental Controls
Supported Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.4 or later! (Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion) Only Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard (10.5 and later)
Minimum Processor Requirement PowerPC G3 or faster PowerPC G4 (867 MHz) or faster
Configuration Assistant Yes -
Profile Presets Yes -
Internet Access Time Controls for Each Day of the Week Yes -
Block Specific Protocols like Streaming Video or Peer-to-Peer Yes -
Anti-Predator Mode in Chat Sessions Yes -
Work with all Chat Clients Yes -
Filter Web Access For Specific Categories Yes -
Regularly Updated Filters Yes -
Redirect to family-friendly Search Engines Yes -
Send Complete Logs to Parent Yes -
Restrict Administrator Accounts Yes -