Hi, folks. Back in Window 7 and 8, I could easily keep computing safe for our grandma by simply restricting her to only being able to run specific apps. You know what I mean, right? Basically, every time she'd attempt to run an unsanctioned executable, a box would pop up prompting for admin creds. This primitive yet effective white-list approach also eliminated the need for resource-hungry AV soft. Sadly, Microsoft being Microsoft, this essential feature has since been made premium and removed from the lower end Home edition of Windows 10. I've looked into alternative third party solutions, such as Program Blocker, but it's largely useless, because it only offers a blacklist policy, not the other way around. Is there anything you can recommend? Thanks.