Easy Sign-Out

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So I've just installed Covenant Eyes on my home computers, and I was wondering if there is a better way to handle signing out.  It seems that when I'm done, there should be a way to have a big icon on my desktop that I can use to sign out, but instead it seems like the only way is to right click the tiny, tiny eye at the bottom, and navigate tiny text.  Several steps required, and not intuitive. Is there a way to add a "sign out" icon to a Windows desktop for this?  If not, it would be a great, great improvement.
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Mikeyboy Dalton

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Hey,

Sorry to hear that you are having some troubles here.

The Covenant Eyes Icon in the system tray is designed to be the gateway to the program. Doing some research on the internet I was not able to find any way to enlarge a specific system tray icon, to make it larger and easier to use. 

Typically, signing out is a matter of right clicking on the icon and choosing the sign-out option. If the text in the menu is too small to be easily accessible you could always decrease the resolution of your monitor, which would allow for easier reading. 

Here is a link on how to adjust your screen resolution.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/change-your-screen-resolution

Hopefully this helps a little bit. 

- John