In internet explorer,there is a mode called Kiosk mode. In this mode ,only web pages can be accessed -
i.e. the web browser runs in full screen mode
. In Kiosk mode there you cannot see the tools menu or status bar
.This can be useful. To switch to Kiosk mode, mode in internet explorer, ALT+TAB or CTRL+ALT+DEL has to pressed. There are various shortcut
keys that can be used to use this particular mode.
How to use kiosk mode with Internet Explorer?
is a feature in Internet Explorer that gives you the possibility to access only web pages. With Kiosk mode, the tool, menu and status bars are not displayed. To switch programs, you need to press ALT+TAB or CTRL+ALT+DEL. Below are instructions for using this feature on Internet Explorer.
Activating Kiosk Mode
- Click on the Start menu and select Run
- Type iexplore -k
- Press OK to confirm.
Shortcut to use Kiosk mode
- CTRL+A=Select all(editing)
- CTRL+B= Organize favorites
- CTRL+F=Find (on current page)
- CTRL+H=View History folder
- CTRL+L=Open Location dialog box
- CTRL+N=New window (opens in non-Kiosk mode)
- CTRL+O=Open Location dialog box (same as CTRL+L)
- CTRL+V=Paste (editing)
- CTRL+W=Close (same as ALT+F4)
- CTRL+X=Cut (editing)
- ALT+LEFTARROW= Back
- ALT+RIGHTARROW= Forward
In Vista, simply type: iexplore -k
in the Search Bar.
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