Windows® 7 Touch
Now, don't depend on your mouse to launch applications, open files, and to play songs just bring your fingers on the touchscreen interface and enjoy the freedom from holding the mouse in your hand. The new Windows 7 has been accompanied with a new touch feature, which is commonly known as Windows 7 touch. This simple to access technique provides a new experience for the computer users, where they can do all the tasks which can also performed with the help of a mouse. The new Windows 7 touch feature allows you to easy way of accessing files with just pointing and touching the location of the files.
Windows 7 touch feature allows you to control your computer with the help of your fingers. Scroll through web pages, online newspapers, sort, resize, zoom and rotate pictures, flick through your picture albums and much more comfort to offer. The craze does not end here, there is something more to offer. Windows 7 touch allows the use of more than one finger in controlling the activities. Let us take an example to illustrate the use of multiple fingers in controlling some of the tasks like zooming an image. You can zoom in and out an image by moving your fingers apart and then bringing them closer. In case you want to zoom in an image, put your two fingers on the screen focusing on the image to be zoomed in and then drag both the fingers away from each other. Whereas, if you want to zoom out the image then follow the same procedure as mentioned above but instead of moving the fingers apart, bring your fingers closer. Also, in case of rotating an image you have to place one of your finger on the image and rotate the other finger around the first finger for observing the same effect on the image.
Touchscreen Computer with the New Windows 7
For using the New Windows 7 touch feature, you should have a touchscreen computer with the new Windows 7 operating system installed on it. The only drawback is that, you can only enjoy this feature in some of the versions of the new Windows 7 operating system. The versions of Windows 7 in which this feature can be experienced are Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate.