Kiosk Mode In Windows - Chrome on Multiple Displays
Moves chrome windows in full screen to several displays, creating AKA Kiosk mode on Windows with Multiple displays.
It allows you to:
- start all chrome instances in full screen mode automatically
- move them to certain Monitors
1. Download and Extract
Download the latest release and extract contents to C:\Kiosk-Mode. You may put into another folder – but ensure you renamed path in all places.
2. Modify Ciklum-Kiosk.ps1
Put necessary URLs and Monitor Numbers (starting from 1)
3. Enable Scripts Execution
Run PowerShell as Administrator and execute the following, confirm when prompted:
4. Launch Shortcut
Double click on link (Start – Kios – modifypath.lnk) to ensure browsers are started and opened on necessary displays. Note: you may need to modify your link if you put file not into C:\Kiosk-Mode. Right click on it -> properties and fill it accordingly.
Copy the link/shortcut to desktop for easy access and to your startup folder.
If window is not moved to another desktop – try increasing the delay in script ($ChromeStartDelay) variable.
Script has been tested on Windows 8.1 machine.