Hi there, working for a local chamber of commerce I have a website encouraging people to shop locally. I have made a touchscreen version of the site (Shop McDowell, Shop Local in McDowell County North Carolina) and put it on a large all in one touch screen computer. By using IE's kiosk mode,and removing the keyboard and mouse, we are able to place this touchscreen in a remote location for use by the general public as an information booth. We want to do the same thing on a smaller scale using a tablet. I found out yesterday that the Surface does allow IE in kiosk mode, but it seems that the touch screen allows the user to go back to the desktop, and perhaps change things in other ways. Is there a way to make the surface device start up with IE in kiosk mode, and keep the window on the screen, disabling anything else? I know this is pretty unusual, but any advice would be greatly appreciated. Bill Teale.