Soft Keyboard 1.9613
Softboy.net On-screen-keyboard can be useful if you have mobility impairments, if you are using a tablet PC, or if your keyboard goes down. And it can works well on touch-screen. This a demo keyboard which includes the main keys on a normal keyboard. If the current soft on-screen-keyboard can not fulfill your requirement, please access our homepage http://www.softboy.net/osk/ and send us your requirement. We will design it for you.
Price: USD $69.95;
File Size: 356 KB;
Platform: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows XP
iCT - InCar Terminal 1.2.2003
- Search feature for media files - mobile phone support via PhoneControl.NET - FM radio support via Radiator [e.g. Hauppauge USB TV/FM RDS] - CarPC Desktop optimized for Touchscreen-Usage - multilingual - Skinable (Free Skin-Editor available above) - Day/
Price: USD $0.00;
File Size: 10014 KB;
Platform: Windows 95, Windows, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows Vista , WinNT 3.x,Windows Tablet PC Edition 2005,Windows Media Center Edition 2005,Windows Vista x64
Touch-It Virtual keyboard 4.9.2
Touch-It Virtual Keyboard is a strong set of tools to build and use on screen keyboards. You can type right away using the preset templates or create your own from scratch using the Designer.Touch-It Virtual Keyboard is designed to fully mimic a physical keyboard. Features like keyboard on logon screen, Ctrl+Alt+Del, task switching are supported.For developers, Touch-It Virtual Keyboard can be driven from a third software through Windows...
Price: USD $0.00;
License: Shareware (Free to Try)
File Size: 4096 KB;
OS Keyboards 2.0
Two on-screen keyboards to help you with your work. OS Keyboards include two simple similar versions, one of them displaying multi coloured keys. Both only provide the Alpha keys and work on a different principle to those supplied with later versions of Windows.Here are two simple similar versions, one displays multi coloured keys. Both only provide the Alpha keys and work on a different principle to those supplied with later versions of...