Windows® 95, 98 and ME
On these platforms, QualityTime installs itself into the Windows directory, to prevent malicious users from renaming the directory the program is installed in. Because of this, if you choose to uninstall, you must choose a manual uninstallation, and then select all on each option screen presented to actually remove the program.
Windows® 2000 and Windows® NT
Quality Time will function correctly on these systems, provided that the accounts to be limited do not have administrator privileges.
From version 3.00, QualityTime is now fully compatible with Windows® XP fast user switching. Just press the Windows key+L to log in a different user. The administrator can then log out of QualityTime, and remain logged into Windows®. Each time a user newly logs in, QualityTime will restart, with the settings exactly as they were when the previous user logged off.
Please note that users with administrator privileges on XP will be able to stop QualityTime, but limited accounts will not. We highly recommend that you have no administrator accounts without passwords on your system.