We have added multi-touch capabilities to Windows 7 that provide support for both Windows 7 and applications–even those applications that were not developed specifically to support multi-touch. As developers, we have the opportunity to opt into multi-touch in Windows 7 and provide additional functionality to our end users, enhancing their user experience.
Join Reed Townsend and Yochay Kiriaty as they explorer multi-touch in Windows 7. They will cover basic out of the box support for legacy applications, as well as for applications optimized for multi-touch, and explain the “Good, Better, and Best” programming model.
This is the first video in the Windows 7 Multi-Touch series, which includes: