KioskSimple makes it a breeze to start Internet Explorer in “kiosk mode” and convert your PC into a self-service kiosk in just a few easy steps. This is a great option if your kiosk content is HTML based and you want to display it via the Internet Explorer web browser.
This quick video demonstrates just how simple it is to securely start Internet Explorer in kiosk mode using KioskSimple:
Backwards compatible with older versions of Internet Explorer
KioskSimple also supports emulating older versions of Internet Explorer if you find that your website looks “wrong” in the latest version of IE. If for example you just installed Internet Explorer 11 but prefer how your website looked in Internet Explorer 10 you can configure KioskSimple to use Internet Explorer 10 browser emulation to render your content.
Prevents malicious users from tampering with the operating system
KioskSimple makes it trivial to start Internet Explorer in kiosk mode, while at the same time securing the Windows operating system to prevent malicious user tampering. Windows keystrokes like Ctrl-Alt-Del, Alt-F4, etc. are automatically blocked so that Internet Explorer cannot be closed or tampered with. Even if a user performs a hard reboot (pulls the power cord) KioskSimple ensures that Internet Explorer always starts in kiosk mode so that your website is always running.
How much does KioskSimple cost?
$199 per kiosk. This is a one-time cost, not a subscription.
Is there a free demo?
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