collegestudent22 wrote:I predict a lot of this kind of thing. People will download a program (in the desktop) and then open a file that could be opened by that newly installed program. The stupid looking box will pop up in the corner telling them they have a new program for that file and to "tap here" - and everyone will be confused at this. Probably, some duller people will actually tap their non-touch monitor and then call Microsoft because "it doesn't work". Even in the desktop, the emphasis on touch is all over the place. (Also, why can't I boot into the desktop?)
Do you really think that Microsoft would ask its users to touch a computer screen that is incapable of touch sensitivity? This is a company whose software has monitor drivers to pick up on resolution and other capabilities.
That touch is an important factor does not mean that touch is the only
If I show up at your door, chances are you did something to bring me there.