With our Internet Explorer features, we believe that Internet Explorer is truly kiosk-ready. If you are using 64-bit Windows, you can use the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Internet Explorer.
With Secure Desktop 10 and Internet Explorer, it's never been easier to create a desktop that is essentially "just the browser", a very secure desktop and browser.
Private data is automatically deleted on browser exit. After a period of inactivity, the browser is re-started and set back to the home page, deleting browser history, URL history, saved form data, passwords, download history, cookies, and the cache. Perfect for a browser kiosk environment.
The browser is pushed into full screen mode, disabling the menu system and most of the non-browsing keystrokes in the process. Take control over what the user has access too. Make the URL read-only.
Disable downloads and automatic updates. Protect your computer.
Build a white list of web sites to control where users go.
Secure Desktop has always been able to launch browsers that are designed as Classic Windows applications (CWA) such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Opera. We have specific features for Internet Explorer 11 as listed above. Other browsers will simply run "as is" or may be controlled slightly using the Windows Wizard.
Secure Desktop can not launch browsers that are designed as Universal Windows applications (UWA) such as Microsoft Edge in Windows 10. Please see the bottom of the Tech Specs section for more details.