A. Internet Explorer has a kiosk mode which fills the entire screen with no toolbars using:

iexplore -k

This may not be exactly what you want though so you could write a windows scripting host program which starts an IE object with the toolbar disabled:

Dim objIE<br>
Set objIE = WScript.CreateObject ("InternetExplorer.Application")<br>
ObjIE.Toolbar = false<br>
objIE.Navigate "http://www.savilltech.com"<br>
objIE.Visible = true

If you save the file has ienobar.vbs and then execute with

cscript ienobar.vbs

IE will be started with no toolbars.