i dont think there is but u could always have another account on windows so u can limit the activity altogether like not having them run aim. What do u want to block certain people from signing into AIM?
yes it does have dif profiles for dif users but that wouldnt matter. It would be pretty hard to block someone else without blocking yourself. Do what sray said cause he is right. it is a pain to make a new user.
then the people come to your PC, go on the net, and download a new binary, and install it, INCLUDING all the AOL icons you decide to never install, so that you have AOL icons everywhere but the kitchen sink.
If you use Zonealarm, set it to auto block AIM frmo accessing the net. Then when you want to go on, set it to allow it, and AIM, then block it again.
You need software that restores your desktop on reboot. any and all changes are reversed and any files deleted are restored and all formating and viruses downloaded are gone after reboot all files are as you preserved them
This software is perfect for you because the people could delete your windows directory or download viruses and keyloggers or games or ????? and all you do is reboot and your computer is how you left it!
Stop the program and you can save your work. restart the program and your computer and your pc is gaurded again.
but this soiftware cost's money and at this time I could not locate a freeware version but i'm sure they exist. Try the demo's and if you like the program I would find a way to get your buddies to pitch in.
Why don't you just set a password up on the computer? A simple screen saver password would do. If only you know the password, only you and whoever else you decide to give the password to can use it... Heh...why do you have people using your computer anyway? Big Family?
It's very easy to find password protection programs that are better than the windows screensaver (IE, a simple reboot won't bypass it)
Just use google.
Hope I helped.