UK Pay and Surf Workstation

Introduction Convert your pc's into internet cafe using UK Pay and Surf software This will be used in situations where customers will pay for internet services via a counter. If you are using this method, you will require a account. However, if you require a self service version SEARCH CNET for our other product Internet Kiosk - Self Service. This will show you how to convert your pc's into a self service internet kiosk using UK Pay and Surf software together with our coin box, which includes a secure coin box and coin mechanism. How it works After the software has been installed, the kiosk software will run on boot-up so that customers cannot get into the system, without your unique password. The front page will display websites which can be configured to suit the customer's needs. The software will display your home page and start counting down the time value that has been set up. The machine allows customers to surf the internet until the time has expired (or they choose to log out). When this occurs, the software places the customers back to the home screen, ready for the next session. If customers wish to add to the surf time remaining, the software will allow you to do this. Optional Extras - Software Products Window washer - Deletes all history, cookies and user data after the browser is closed. Fartronics - Deep freeze - This will freeze your pc so that each time the pc is re-booted all stored data will be reset to the frozen point. Optional Configuration Screen size should be set to 1024 x 768 - right click desktop > settings > screen resolution. Bios update - change power option to restart after power has been resumed (allows users to turn the power off at the end of the day instead of closing down each machine). Bios update - Admin password option to stop other users changing any bios options. Change c:/menu1.xml to your own website preferences. Help Associated videos
Price USD 0
License Free
File Size 36.63 MB
Operating System Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 7, Windows XP
System Requirements Internet access, Microsoft Internet explorer, 1 GB RAM