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 60 keyboard layouts included in the installation package.