The author of the kiosk software InTiles has just released InTiles 2. This version offers better support for touchscreen kiosks and a more flexible layout.
Online PR News – 25-March-2015 – Ottawa, Canada – InTiles makes it easy to turn a PC into a secure public access Internet kiosk with a modern user interface. It is ideal for schools, museums, hotels, churches, and libraries to reliably and elegantly give access to web content. It includes features such as website restrictions, secure kiosk mode, multilingual display, inactivity timeout, and many more.
InTiles 2.0 offers exciting new features including:
- Improved flexibility with the user interface, more ways to express your creativity!
- The choice between two browser engines, Internet Explorer (IE) and Chrome.
- Automatic onscreen keyboard when using touchscreen (just like a tablet or a smart phone).
InTiles was conceived using Microsoft latest software technologies - It is fast, reliable, and easy to use. It is designed to give the kiosk owner full control of the kiosk interface. It includes up to 40 customizable multi-purpose buttons able to display text, graphics, or even rich web content. InTiles locks down Windows into kiosk mode to prevent unauthorized access to the desktop, applications, and folders. It starts automatically on reboot and deactivates undesired key combinations.
Yves Mailhot has been writing software for over 25 years. He works out of his home office in Ottawa, Canada. His involvement with kiosk software began in 1998 when he wrote Netstop. He is also the author of eCrisper for Mac and iPad.