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How to configure so that IE in WinXP always stays on top

How to configure so that IE in WinXP always stays on top

One of our project machine(WinXP) is installed with a software(HMI) that monitors a bunch of devices. The machine is setup such as that whenever the machine boots up, it'll automatically starts the HMI software. You don't get to see any WinXp interface at all.No Start button, no task bar.... nothing. Quiting the HMI software will shutdown the machine. In addition, the HMI software blocks certain keys combination such as Alt-Tab, Alt-F4 etc etc except Ctrl-Alt-Dlt.

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bert [Entry]

Try using ProcessMonitor to achieve this. After installing it, right click on Internet Explorer in the taskbar and choose Always on top. This change is not permanent, though. It's only until the window is closed.