Windows 7, hardware herald pro-grade touch screens

12/14/2009 | IT PRO (London)

Business applications are finally able to make use of multi-touch screens thanks to Windows 7's emphasis on the technology and the release of touch-capable machines from Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Acer and IIyama, Stuart Andrews writes. While Microsoft Office is still best navigated with a keyboard and a mouse, he writes, other Microsoft applications use touch technology to offer new ways of arranging presentations or studying maps.

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