I've already spent 2 days trying to make kind of Kiosk mode on Windows 10, but I've failed. My Kiosk is just a black screen with mouse only, each time i reboot computer i have to press CTRL+ALT+DEL, open cmd and restore explorer.exe for Windows GUI.

What I need to set up is a system with GUI limited to only few apps of my choice that any one can use, web browser/s to surf the net, download files and modify them with Microsoft office. Also I want to disable start menu and other settings / editing registry keys.

Assuming all my needs in points:
- Auto login to specified local account with GUI
- Auto cleaning all saved files and settings after reboot
- just few web browsers and apps installed and placed on desktop
- no start menu, no setting , no editing registry keys.

Which Windows version is best to achieve my goals? And why?

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    Set up a kiosk on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, or Education. Currently it sounds like you just need to setup a cleanup procedure and the icons on the desktop? – Seth Oct 10 '17 at 9:21
  • It sounds like it suit my needs so yeah. This instruction You brought me here, failed for me. I've done all the steps from there (few times), maybe i miss something but that tutorial leaves me with black screen and mouse only. – Krzysiek Witkowski Oct 10 '17 at 9:49
  • Which steps did you actually follow? Assuming you followed "Shell Launcher for Classic Windows applications" what did you actually choose as an application? What does your script look like? If you chose an UWP App, which one? – Seth Oct 10 '17 at 10:00

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