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Change Microsoft Edge Kiosk Settings in Windows 11

A single-app kiosk uses the Assigned Access feature to run a single app above the lock screen. When the kiosk account signs in, the app is launched automatically. The person using the kiosk cannot do anything on the device outside of the kiosk app.

If the kiosk app is closed, it will automatically restart.

When you are in kiosk mode, you can press the Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys to exit kiosk mode.

If you selected the Microsoft Edge app to be used in kiosk mode, you can change the Microsoft Edge kiosk settings anytime you like.

This tutorial will show you how to change the Microsoft Edge kiosk app settings in Windows 11 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions.

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Change Kiosk App in Windows 11

A single-app kiosk uses the Assigned Access feature to run a single app above the lock screen. When the kiosk account signs in, the app is launched automatically. The person using the kiosk cannot do anything on the device outside of the kiosk app.

If the kiosk app is closed, it will automatically restart.

When you are in kiosk mode, you can press the Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys to exit kiosk mode.

You can change the app used in kiosk mode anytime you like.

This tutorial will show you how to change the kiosk app in Windows 11 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions.

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Remove Kiosk in Windows 11

A single-app kiosk uses the Assigned Access feature to run a single app above the lock screen. When the kiosk account signs in, the app is launched automatically. The person using the kiosk cannot do anything on the device outside of the kiosk app.

If the kiosk app is closed, it will automatically restart.

When you are in kiosk mode, you can press the Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys to exit kiosk mode.

This tutorial will show you how to remove a kiosk in Windows 11 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions.

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Set up a Kiosk in Windows 11

A single-app kiosk uses the Assigned Access feature to run a single app above the lock screen. When the kiosk account signs in, the app is launched automatically. The person using the kiosk cannot do anything on the device outside of the kiosk app.

If the kiosk app is closed, it will automatically restart.

When you are in kiosk mode, you can press the Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys to exit kiosk mode.

This tutorial will show you how to set up a single app kiosk in Windows 11 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions.

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How to Turn On or Off Auto Restart when Windows 10 Crashes while in Kiosk Mode

You can use the assigned access (Kiosk mode) feature in Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Windows 10 Education editions to restrict a local standard user account on a PC so that it only has access to a single Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app you select.

When you set up and account with the assigned access feature, the user does not have access to the desktop, Start Menu, or any other part of the PC. The account can only access and use the selected UWP app.

To exit assigned access, press the Ctrl+Alt+Del keys.

Starting with Windows 10 version 1809, Microsoft introduced a simplified assigned access configuration experience in Settings that allows device administrators to easily set up a PC as a kiosk or digital sign. A wizard experience walks you through kiosk setup including creating a kiosk account that will automatically sign in when a device starts.

This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off to not show an error and automatically restart when the device crashes while in kiosk mode in Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise, or Windows 10 Education.

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How to Change Kiosk App in Windows 10

You can use the assigned access (Kiosk mode) feature in Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Windows 10 Education editions to restrict a local standard user account on a PC so that it only has access to a single Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app you select.

When you set up and account with the assigned access feature, the user does not have access to the desktop, Start Menu, or any other part of the PC. The account can only access and use the selected UWP app.

To exit assigned access, press the Ctrl+Alt+Del keys.

Starting with Windows 10 version 1809, Microsoft introduced a simplified assigned access configuration experience in Settings that allows device administrators to easily set up a PC as a kiosk or digital sign. A wizard experience walks you through kiosk setup including creating a kiosk account that will automatically sign in when a device starts.

This tutorial will show you how to change the kiosk app for assigned access (kiosk mode) in Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise, or Windows 10 Education.

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