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Submission + - How to easily turn your Chromebook into a Kiosk (muktware.com)

sfcrazy writes: The last ChromeOS update now makes it amazingly simple to enable Kiosk Mode on your ChromeOS device. Previously, this was a more manual affair, but times are a changing. Rather than comb through policies yourself, there is now a method to make the process much easier. This mode is squarely aimed at shops and users who wish to present a single app to a set of users, restricting use of ChromeOS only to that application. Also, when in this mode, ChromeOS disables key features such as the login screen, screen locking, among other multi-user features.
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How to easily turn your Chromebook into a Kiosk

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