Free Trial – InTiles Kiosk Software 3.34
This free trial allows you to experience InTiles first hand. If your PC can run Windows 10, 8.x or Windows 7 (32 or 64 bit), you’re good to go.
It contains a full version except for a button labeled Unregistered on the main window. Clicking on this button displays the Settings window and gives access to the desktop.
Download and execute setup.exe using the button above. This will run a standard install procedure that will copy the necessary files to your computer. It will also create a shortcut on your desktop.
To display the Settings window while running an unregistered version, simply click on the button labeled Unregistered.
Otherwise, hold down the Shift key then press the Spacebar three times. You should be prompted for a password. The default password is password.
Display the settings window then click on the Return to desktop button located at the bottom. If you are in kiosk mode described below, the button will be labeled Reboot to desktop instead.
When you first run InTiles, it will not be secure yet. You have to click on the Reboot in kiosk mode button located at the bottom of the Settings window.
This will disable undesired key combinations and set InTiles as the default application at startup replacing the usual desktop.
Versions - What’s new
v3.34 (March 15th, 2017)
- Added the option to disable Zoom (Chrome engine only).
- Updated Chrome engine.
v3.33 (February 22nd, 2017)
- Added the option to display the onscreen keyboard at the top of the screen.
v3.3 (February 7th, 2017)
- Updated Chrome engine.
- Change default print margins with Chrome engine from 100 points to 40 points (same as Google Chrome).
v3.2 (January 12th, 2017)
- Adds a new registry entry during install (EnableDesktopModeAutoInvoke) needed to automatically display online keyboard with latest version of Windows 10.
v3.1 (July 14th, 2016)
- Fixed problem when setting the default zoom to a value other than 100 (Chrome engine only).
- Updated the Chrome engine.
v3.0 (March 30th, 2016)
- Upgraded the Chrome engine – this brings many improvements such as better touchscreen support. If you are currently using the IE engine, I recommend you give the Chrome engine an other chance. Chrome is now the default engine when first running InTiles.
- It is now possible to set the default zoom to a value other than 100% (General tab).
- The way the cache and the cookies are deleted when using the Chrome engine was improved. Clear cache and Clear cookies (Sessions tab) had to be combined into one one setting.
- It is now possible to disable the suppression of script errors and dialogs (Restrictions tab, IE engine only).
- It is now possible to allow the use of the Alt key (Restrictions tab) needed with some languages.
- The new Chrome engine uses the PPAPI version of Flash. Go to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?fpchrome and click on “Need Flash Player for a different computer?” on the left side to select the PPAPI version.
v2.3 (February 11th, 2016)
- When using Website restrictions, only the main frame of a web page is now checked. Otherwise, URLs such as www.google-analytics.com can cause blocked page messages to be displayed. This change only affects the Chrome engine as this is not a problem with the IE engine.
v2.2 (January 10th, 2016)
- When using the Chrome engine, HTML5 Camera and Mic request are now accepted automatically unless specified otherwise in the settings (Restrictions tab).