Compatible Tablet PC in Windows® Vista
A Guideline to Using Windows Vista and the Tablet PC Input Panel
Computers that were once the size of rooms and immovable have become devices so small that they can be carried around in your backpack. The room computers become desktop PCs that have become notebooks. Notebooks range from big desktop replacements to mini netbooks, but no laptop has been is as revolutionary as that of the tablet PC.
- What is the tablet PC?
- How does Windows Vista® work with the Tablet PC input panel?
- What are some tips to using a Vista-powered Tablet PC?
What is the tablet PC?
A tablet PC is just like any other notebook computer, except that it is far better. A tablet PC is both a computer and a digital notebook. With the tablet PC, you can take notes on a computer as never before. With a tablet PC, you can take higher math notes on it perfectly. You can draw geometric figures, write pages of notes without ever needing to think of running out of paper. The Tablet PC is good for anyone and everyone.
How does Windows Vista work with the Tablet PC input panel?
In order for Windows Vista to operate on a tablet PC, it has to work with and through the tablet PC input panel. The tablet PC input panel is the standard interface for converting handwriting to text. Some new features that Windows Vista brings to the tablet input panel include a more user-friendly interface.
Windows Vista makes it easier for a tablet PC to run its input panel. If you have a tablet PC it is a good idea to run the Windows Vista OS because it provides a method whereby tablet pen users can enter text into those applications that do not include a custom handwriting interface (examples include e-mails and web browsers). Windows Vista is a must have with any tablet PC.