It's long been known that Windows 7 supports multitouch and many manufacturers have been pushing touch computing.
Unfortunately many have been less than impressed with Windows 7's touch capabilities. Microsoft is looking to change that with the introduction of the Touch Pack for Windows 7.
The new update consists of three games and three applications from Microsoft Surface. Microsoft plans on letting OEMs use the Touch Pack as a preinstalled option for touchscreen computers and this should not only aid in sales, but also help strengthen the push towards more touch-based devices.
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