How to use Total Security for elderly, non-tech-savvy parents
Total Security free trial is working well for me on my Mac/iOs devices and I plan to keep.
However, I need to protect my elderly parents' Windows computers. One parent used to be tech savvy but now has dementia and gets very easily confused, prone to online mistakes. (Unfortunately, keeping this parent off computers is not an option.) Other parent very sharp but not tech savvy.
I'm wondering whether I can add their computers to my Total Security account, install BitDefender on computers, and then monitor their computers myself—remotely. Is this possible? If so, does it seem like the best approach?
Please note that if BD prompts them to enter a password or take any action, they will be completely confused and aggravated and possibly reject BD. They have rejected every single safeguard I've tried to put in place so far. So BD must require no action on their part, and I must be able to control it remotely for this to be a viable solution.
Thanks for your help!