KIWE`s features are outstandingKIWE is like having a school, a library, a room full of private tutors, a games arcade, thousands of free field trips and safe Internet surfing, all rolled into one.
KIWE is a user-friendly, controllable Internet Suite for kids, designed especially for kids. The Internet Suite for Kids:A quality Web browser designed especially for kids.
Interactive to a large and exceptional multi-portal of reviewed Web sites (white-listed), maintained by educators and trained staff on a continuous and scheduled basis Focused on education, discovery, and quality entertainment;Customizable and controllable, easy to expand specific interest areas Publisher maintained, continuous upgrades, fresh content, always improving;Rigorously tested by major OEMs like Dell Computer, Premio Computer and many others;All browser versions have access to all portals (English, Spanish, Italian and others in development) KIWE is unique and kids, teachers and parents love it.
Safe, sane Internet browsing, without supervision, no additional filters required. Very easy to understand and use graphical interface;Substantial archive of resources for teachers, parents, and librariansPortals are language and culture specific, with content globally acquired.
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