The Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Software Development Kit facilitates building ink-enabled applications for Tablet PC. The combination of software and hardware in a Tablet PC enables these methods of user interaction and allows for a rich, interactive, and productive computing experience for users.
Provides programmatic read access to files in the Journal format. This simple component takes a stream containing a Journal file and returns a stream containing the file’s content in XML format. The XML returned by the component conforms to the Journal Reader schema. This schema is documented in Journal Reader Schema Reference.
This accessory enables users who do not have a computer running Microsoft® Windows® XP Tablet PC Edition to view files that were created in Microsoft® Windows® Journal on a Tablet PC.
This Visual C# and Visual Basic .NET Starter Kit is a complete Mobile PC and Tablet PC application. The starter kit contains a semi-transparent form for taking notes and keeps your notes synchronized through a Web Service. It also supports battery awareness and online and offline data, two key features of great Mobile PC applications. The project comes ready to compile and run and it's easy to customize with only a little extra programming. Use the source code as the basis for your own Mobile PC and Tablet PC projects, share your work with others, or upload it to the Internet. The starter kit requires that the Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Software Development Kit 1.7 be installed and works with Visual Studio 2005. You need not use a Tablet PC to run this application; you can develop applications on traditional systems configured with the Tablet PC SDK and the Recognizer Pack.
The following language handwriting recognizers are included in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 Recognizer Pack: Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), U.S. English, U.K. English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.
Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 MUI Pack provides multilingual user interface capabilities for Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. When it is installed on the English version of the Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 operating system, users or administrators can switch the user interface (including menus, dialog boxes, Help files, and tutorials) from one language to any of the 20 supported languages.
The package supports the following languages: Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.
The MUI Package for Windows Journal Viewer 1.5 allows users or administrators to switch the user interface of Windows Journal Viewer from one language to another.
A memory leak in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 causes a gradual decrease in available system memory. This loss in available memory causes degradation in system performance. When this behavior occurs, the user must restart the computer. This problem is caused by a memory leak in the tcserver.exe service.
With Tablet PC Edition 2005 Tutorials for Microsoft Windows XP SP2 you can take an interactive tour of Tablet PC and its accessories. You can view animations and participate in guided tablet activities as you learn.
In a volatile economy, lowering the cost of doing business is paramount. Microsoft IT, continuing its efforts to increase employee productivity while still offering users versatility in performing their jobs, deployed Tablet PCs to Microsoft employees. To measure the level of productivity gained through the use of Tablet PCs, Microsoft IT conducted a series of surveys that looked at both hardware requirements and return on investments.
These presentations include...
- Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition: This presentation gives a quick introduction to Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition--the latest version of Windows XP.
- Introduction to the Tablet PC: An introduction to Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, including a preview of the latest form factors and a demo of Tablet PC features.