Friday, 30 March 2012

Windows 8 Promises 'Edgy' Touch Screens

Microsoft said it is working closely with hardware makers to offer Windows 8 PCs and tablets that provide considerably improved touch screen performance over Windows 7 predecessors. Among other things, the software maker said it's looking to ensure that Windows 8 systems offer touch fidelity that does not deteriorate at screen edges.
"The primary goal of our touch language is to promote ease of use and ensure user confidence," said Jerry Koh and Jeff Piira, managers on Microsoft's Human Interaction Platform team

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