How to Set Up Microsoft Edge Kiosk Mode on Windows 10?

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    Edge is Microsoft’s popular cross-platform web browser, which makes handling security and privacy much easier for its users. Microsoft Edge includes new-age consumer features like Microsoft Edge Kiosk Mode that protect your online data and identity, help you stay organized and save time and give you value back.

    Microsoft Edge is especially popular for enterprise use because it gives users more control over their data with transparency into which trackers are blocked while browsing online with tracking prevention.

    Prerequisites to Setup Microsoft Edge in Kiosk Mode

    Kiosk software simplifies transforming Windows computers into kiosk devices. Organizations can configure PCs in kiosk mode to run business-specific applications and websites. IT admins can easily manage kiosks for optimal performance and secure them against any kind of misuse or unauthorized access. 

    Microsoft Edge is a widely used browser on Windows systems. A device management console offers settings that allow IT admins to control and provide a safe and secure Microsoft Edge browsing experience to the users. IT admins can also whitelist websites and control specific Edge configurations.

    Minimum OS requirements for configuration

    • Windows Enterprise or Windows Education Edition (Recommended): Build Number 1709 & above
    • Windows Professional Edition: Build Number 1809 & above

    Confirm if the application you want to use as a Kiosk is a UWP or a Win32 application. Ensure you have one Windows device where the application is installed to set up the Device Profile. You will also need to create a Windows Device Profile and ensure that Microsoft Edge is installed on all Windows 10 devices.

    Set Up Microsoft Edge Kiosk Mode on Windows 10 with Scalefusion MDM

    Step 1

    Go to and click Login or Start Free Trial. You can sign in to your account using your personal email ID, G-suite, or Office 365.

    Step 2

    Enroll your Windows devices using IE/Edge Browser through the Scalefusion dashboard. Once done, you will be able to start managing your enrolled devices by configuring device profiles. 

    edge kiosk mode

    Step 3

    On the dashboard, navigate to Device Profiles & Policies > Device Profiles. You can either edit an existing Device Profile or Create a new Windows Profile.

    Microsoft Edge in kiosk mode

    Step 4

    Go to Select Apps and Add User Info. Fill out the user information. 

    edge kiosk

    Step 5

    Go to Step 2: Select Apps to configure the applications to be available on the kiosk device. Search for Edge and toggle the option, as shown here. 

    kiosk mode edge

    Click Next to configure StartUp App Settings to set configurations for the app. Remember this is optional. 

    You can also blacklist select applications or skip the application policy altogether to allow the user to choose applications for use on the device.

    Step 6

    Proceed to the next section and select the whitelisted websites that you want to allow on the device. Create a whole list of websites that should be visible in this section by going to the website whitelisting section of the Scalefusion dashboard.

    ms edge kiosk mode

    Step 7

    Next, configure the Chrome/Edge browser settings. You have the option to configure the user experience, content search, network, printing, and security settings of the Edge browser.

    microsoft edge security settings

    Step 8

     Now, move to the Settings section to configure the single app mode for Windows 10 devices. To run the device as Windows Kiosk Browser, click the Browser Application option. From the drop-down, set it to Edge Browser, as shown here.

    kiosk mode ie

    Step 9

    Enter the URL that you want to open when the Edge browser launches. Enter the Path where Edge is installed on the Windows device. You can also use $device.<custom> if the path is different on each machine. 

    Furthermore, select if you want to show the navigational keys or hide them.

    ie kiosk mode

    Step 10

    Scroll down to configure the Edge browser settings when running in a single app mode on Windows devices. You can choose the user account to set the Edge browser in the single app mode. You can enter the primary username or select the Autocreate Kiosk User Account option and select the CSP.

    start ie in kiosk mode

    Step 11

    Lastly, click on Create New Profile to save the changes. This Device Profile will now be available in the Device Profiles section on the dashboard, ready to apply on enrolled devices or device groups.

    ms edge kiosk mode

    Once this is done, all your enrolled Windows 10 devices will be set in a single app mode with the Edge browser. End-users can now access only the Edge browser on the selected Windows 10 device. 

    Closing Lines

    Microsoft’s Edge browser offers excellent built-in tools that are secure for corporate data security. Configuring Microsoft Edge in kiosk mode with Scalefusion simplifies cumbersome IT tasks and makes large device inventory easier.

    To know more about how to use Scalefusion for setting up the Edge browser in kiosk mode, sign up for the 14-day free trial.


    1. What is Microsoft Edge kiosk mode?

    Microsoft Edge kiosk mode is a feature that allows users to set up a dedicated browsing environment for specific tasks or scenarios, such as public displays or informational kiosks. It restricts access to other applications and provides a streamlined, secure browsing experience tailored to a particular use case.

    2. How do I put Microsoft Edge in kiosk mode?

    To put Microsoft Edge in kiosk mode, open the browser and go to the desired website. Click on the three dots in the upper-right corner, select “More tools,” and then choose “Open in kiosk mode.” To execute this across a device fleet, it’s better to opt for an MDM solution.

    3. What are the benefits of running Microsoft Edge in kiosk mode?

    Running Microsoft Edge in kiosk mode provides a secure and streamlined browsing experience by limiting access to specific websites, preventing users from navigating away. It is ideal for public environments, such as information kiosks or digital signage, ensuring a focused and controlled browsing environment.

    Yesha Gangani
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