Just finished setting up my sister's laptop that has Windows 8.1 pre-installed. I've tried to adhere to my own idea of a good security policy when deciding what security layers the computer should have, e.g ; UAC max, restricted user account, firewall, default deny execution from users/appdata/local, EMET, weekly scanning with Windows Defender and Google Chrome as browser of choice. Since it's not equipped with Windows 8.1 Pro version, I've used the built-in parental controls allowing only certain programs to run. Now, every time an update for Google Chrome is out it always changes the name of the directory/folder name and this doesn't work well with Parental Controls since the new folder name isn't recognized against its white list. I have to manually allow several Google software in order for Chrome to upgrade and run. This isn't a big deal for me, just a nuisance really, but for my sister it can be troublesome. I'm more or less forced to either teach my sister the cumbersome steps to allow Parental Controls to update Chrome and run it, or disable Parental Controls in order to gain automatic updates. What would you do?