LilBambi BSOD Kernel Dump Analyst Joined Apr 17, 2012 Posts 292 Location Virgina, USA Aug 22, 2013 #1 Blue’s Clues: Kiosk Mode - WinSuperSite A new feature called Kiosk Mode has emerged in recent leaked builds of Windows 8.1 “Blue,” leading to some speculation. But there’s no need to speculate: Kiosk Mode works just fine in Blue build 9374, and you can test it yourself if you’d like. Kiosk Mode appears to be unrelated to previous efforts in Windows—like the Guest Mode feature that was removed from Windows 7, Windows SteadyState, or even Windows MultiPoint Server—that were aimed at helping multiple users share PCs in homes or corporate and educational installations. Instead, Kiosk Mode is exactly what it sounds like, a kiosk solution. That is, it provides a way to run a single application only, so that it can be left running in a public place like a museum, airport, retail store, hotel, mall or similar. Click to expand... Blue's Clues: Enabling Kiosk Mode - WithinWindows.com This one has a walk through on how to enable it. This was posted in April 2013. Apparently the builds have included and excluded Kiosk Modes at times. I hope that Kiosk Mode will be totally included in Windows 8.1 especially for Internet Cafes and parents who want their young children to have access but only to certain things.