Protect Your Kids With PikLuk

More and more people are connecting to the worldwide web every day. The internet provides us with many opportunities including education, entertainment, jobs, banking, shopping, paying bills and much, much more. Unfortunately, however, the internet also has it’s fair share of problems too.

There are many unsafe, unauthorized and adult websites and predators, too, who are looking to connect with your children. Therefore, every parent needs to be wary and look out for their kids’ safety. One way in which you can do this is through using or installing a special web browser that has been designed with kids in mind.

One such browser, the one I am looking at today, is PikLuk which allows your kids to learn, laugh and grow.

How do I get started with PikLuk??

There are three simple steps to be followed –

1. Sign up for a PikLuk account:

Here you can directly log on to the PikLuk website and sign up for free.

The Dashboard is very user friendly and it enables you to configure your children’s online experience.

2. Add children to your account:

You can add your kids to your account using the dashboard and configure their web sites and email contacts.

3. Download and install the PikLuk Browser:

Now download the PikLuk browser from the website and then install it.

This PikLuk browser will allow your kids to access the website and email contacts that you added in your dashboard.

Features of PikLuk:

• Safe web browsing for your kids:

Parents can choose and list safe and healthy websites on the dashboard.

Your children then only have access to those particular websites and all others are blocked.

• Safe email; no unwanted messages:

Do you want your child to be able to email you and your family but not strangers?

If so, PikLuk will provide you with such a feature that allows your kid to email only those people whom you have chosen to add through the dashboard.

• Keep your computer safe:

PikLuk will provide you with an additional feature which prevents your child from accessing the other files and folders of your computer while they are using the browser.

This allows you to keep your computer system safe whilst your kid learns.

• Provides an excellent user interface:

PikLuk provides an excellent and colourful graphical interface for your child to use.

Your son or daughter will be able to use it very easily as it also has an inbuilt audio command.

When your kid rolls the cursor over anything the browser will tell them what it is.

In some respects Pikluk is much like a cartoon channel.

• Drawing:

PikLuk provides a drawing tool for your kids, where your kids can bring out their creativity.

This tool is very simple to use and your kid can draw anything and can save their pictures onto the computer.

• PikLuk Multimedia:

PikLuk will allow your kid to access Games, Movies, Music, Ask Earl, Sports, Ecards , Horoscopes, Study Zone, etc.

All these things are comprehensively designed for kids and are 100 % safe.

This package will feed your child with all his or her entertainment needs besides learning.

When your children are using PiKLuk you can sit back and relax, safe in the knowledge that they are laughing, learning and growing in a safe, healthy environment.

About Lee Munson

Lee's non-technical background allows him to write about internet security in a clear way that is understandable to both IT professionals and people just like you who need simple answers to your security questions.


  1. I’ll have to check KidZui out myself sometime soon – there was an issue last time I tried to install it (can’t remember what it was now) – but it may be good for my youngest.

    I tend to find that the kid’s browsers I’ve played around with are aimed at the very young. Is kidZui the same?

  2. Yes – my 9yr old is bored withit and my 7yr old is not too far behind – but then he’s far too old to be 7! 🙂

  3. KidZui is good at what it does but I find it (because my kids keep hassling me) to be quite flaky in operation.

    It might be I need to rebuild the PC they use but don’t think so.

    I also like the weekly report back on what they’ve done. As they get older though it’s less about the reporting and more about the guiding I want.

  4. Lee – do you have or know of anywahre that shows the differences between all the different kid safe browsers?

    My two use kidzui but as they age I wonder if it remains the best for them.

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