Microsoft Adds Touch Capability to Windows 7By Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2010-04-22 Email Print
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Microsoft has released Touch Pack for Windows 7, which provides touch-screen functionality and six touch applications.Microsoft has released its Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7 to users with touch-screen devices. The Touch Pack comprises six applications designed take advantage of the operating system's multitouch capabilities: three games and three Microsoft Surface applications.
"Until today, the Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7 was only available for OEMs to put on new Windows 7 PCs capable of Windows Touch," Microsoft spokesperson Brandon LeBlanc wrote on The Windows Blog April 21. "Due to feedback and requests from both partners and customers, we are releasing the Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7 for anyone with Windows Touch-capable devices to download."