Google has announced that it is adding the Chrome OS Family Link parental control option to its operating system. The first time an application with the same name appeared last year on the Android mobile OS. Now, more than half of children aged 6-12 years old have their own laptops. Therefore, the company took care of the digital security of small customers both on smartphones and on personal computers. Chromebooks allow people to play, study and work on the same device. With Family Link, parents will be able to set limits on the time of use, as well as manage account settings and purchases. They will be able to adjust the hours allocated for sleep and the amount of time children spend online. Parents will be able to set white and black lists of sites to visit, to allow or deny applications downloaded from Google Play. They will also be able to track watched videos on YouTube and readable works on Play Books. Last year, beta testing of the Family Link parental control functionality under Chrome OS started. For all other systems, an application is available. Software is available for download on the Google Play and App Store.