Group Policy is how either you or a piece of software will need to get this done. Linked is 2 documents; Creating a Steady State by Using Microsoft Technologies and Group Policy Settings for Creating a Steady State showing/explaining how to configure per user or machine to lock down the options you desire.
There are plenty of kiosk software available to do this, I have used and can recommend SiteKiosk although I can’t say if it is better or worse than others.
Many of the different vendors offer Free Trials, so check a few out
There also is OpenKiosk, an Open Source alternative.
Another real good choice appears to Webconverger which claims to be a Browser Only Operating System. In practice it appears to be a micro-linux, and I am not sure what customization is available.
lock down kiosk windows 7 and found these softwares. Seems legit and pretty solid.
Internet Kiosk Pro (http://www.emailarms.com/products/internet_kiosk.html)
Advanced Internet Kiosk (http://www.softstack.com/advink.html)
Or as Dark mentioned in the comments, there is a built in Kiosk mode into WIndows 8.1. If you can put this project on hold until the official release, this may give you the functionality that you’re wanting without having to purchase third-party software.
Of course, if you can move away from Windows for the kiosk, you can use an open source alternative.