Hi there. I work for a certain large retail chain selling electronics. The department in the store I work at is brand new (so am I) and, as is typical in this type of business, the computer they've just given us to use has been had severe limitations put on it by tech guys in the head offices. I don't know much about the hardware, except that it seems to be an old IBM (probably P3)...but I don't think that matters. The OS is XP Professional. When you boot Windows the one and only thing you can use is Internet Explorer. It's the only icon on the desktop, and the only option on the start menu. Right-clicking is disabled in all circumstances. IE itself is also very limited, as there's no address bar. The home page presents a searchable database of our company's products, as well as several links to manufacturers' sites and competing chains' sites. IE's UI consists of Back and Forward buttons, Home, and Print. I'm aware that it's set up this way for a reason, but I'd love to be able to unlock a few more resources like say, Google, and maybe a little word processor so we don't have to worry so much about keeping track of post-it notes. I promise that if anyone can tell me a way to "hack through" the limitations they've put in place, I won't use the knowledge for anything morally questionable. I'd just like to give the machine some more functionality, and I'd only do it with the approval of my immediate superiors. (I don't think they'd care if it wasn't what upper-management intended, but I'll see.) Anyway, maybe it's not even possible, but I figured if it is one of the computer geniuses on TechSpot will know!