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Hi all
I am after a way to lockdown a windows 8 tablet and need to do the following without using a third party app:

1. disable/hide 'Metro'
2. disable/hide the 'All Apps' bar

can anyone help
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create a standard user and delete the shortcuts on the start menu .


http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/20705-apps-screen-add-remove-items-windows-8-a.html
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by:cheshirefire
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Just what I needed, the steps on the link worked a treat

Thanks Mutogi
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