Touch Screen Keyboard was developed especially for touch screen devices: touch screen monitors, stationary e-kiosks, tablets and others. Touch Screen Keyboard has two main layouts that can be quickly switched using a special button: alphabetic and alpha-numeric. If you press a key on a touch screen, you will see a small tooltip window with the corresponding character in the area not covered with your finger. Windows 7 users will like the support of the multi-touch technology. To use Touch Screen Keyboard simply touch the keys of the on-screen keyboard and each keypress will be sent to the active application. It works seamlessly with all standard Windows applications allowing you to type virtually anywhere a hardware keyboard can be used. Also you can design your own touchscreen keyboard, or use any of the 70 keyboard layouts included in the installation package.
What's new in this version:
Improved application icons. New large icons have been added. Keyboard always provides visual feedback when you touch a key. Fixed the bug that occurred when you touch one key with two fingers. Various improvements.