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AppMac\'s wKiosk 3.0 browser uses Safari HTML engine

updated 08:50 am EST, Mon December 1, 2003

wKiosk 3.0 browser

appMac today released , an update to the web browser designed for public areas. The secure, full-screen web browser is now powered by Apple's Safari Engine, offers options to customize the interface, supports multiple monitors, adds new security options, and brings better management of downloads, popups, windows, tabs, and log files. The application blocks access to Mac OS X, offers URL filtering, automatically restarts on crash, and can disable 'Force Quit' and other keys. It requires Mac OS X 10.3 Panther. It is a free upgrade to the $150 (standard) or $300 (Pro) application.




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