Windows 7 support for multi-touch – officially unveiled (+ video)




The two main rights in Microsoft – CEO Steve Ballmer and founder Bill Gates – the conference D: All Things Digital demonstrated new touch capabilities Windows 7. Microsoft has long been talking about the importance of touch technology. And it looks like the company begins to move from words to deeds. So, at the conference D: All Things Digital are some interesting features of Windows 7, the next version of the popular operating system, showed Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, the two most important rights in the software giant. In particular, it was shown as laptop, equipped with a touch screen, you can conveniently manage photos and work with mapping programs Microsoft Virtual Earth. Details – in the attached video.


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