Touch screen technology is taking over the world, and is used on the most commonly accessed devices from mobile phones to tablets. Despite this, the touch screen has one major disadvantage when it comes to authoring long form documentation in that the touch screen keyboard is far more prone to errors than its physical predecessor. Media Freeware has risen to this challenge by creating their own virtual keyboard software that offers a simple and intuitive design less prone to errors than many of the stock keyboards found on Windows phones and tablets.
Designed to work on any device running the latest version of windows and backwards-compatible with all previous desktop versions, the keyboard is ideal for those with conditions that affect their manual dexterity to interact with using a mouse or pointer system while it can also be effectively used on touchscreen tablets and devices.
The virtual keyboard download can be found on the Media Freeware website or on popular resource centers like Softpedia or CNET. The software takes moments to download and install and can be used forever after for free, and marks a key transition in the development of Media Freeware solutions toward the next generation of computing devices.
A spokesperson for Media Freeware explained, “Media Freeware are proud to launch this product as the first of a suite of programs which will aim to take advantage of touch screen technology and multi-platform integration, in keeping with the direction Windows has taken with its new universal Metro system in Windows 8. The keyboard provides a solution for Windows tablet devices that don’t come with a built in keyboard or for those who are unsatisfied with the default touchscreen keyboard of their device.”
About Media Freeware:
Media Freeware is a company created by dedicated software developers who aim to provide simple and elegant solutions to everyday problems through the application of simple to use software. All software created by the company is freely available through its own website as well as through major resource centers like CNET. Dedicated to building free and robust programs and apps, ranging from virtual pianos to webcam recorders, their latest release is a free virtual keyboard.
Visit http://mediafreeware.com/free-virtual-keyboard.html for more information.
Name: Rob Stabile
Organization: Media Freeware