Support for touch devices was added in Windows Vista and continues in later Windows versions:
(1) Windows Vista/ 7 Professional or more advanced versions have built-in full touch support.
(2) Windows Vista/ 7 Starter support only partial touch functions.
(3) In Windows Embedded Standard 7, the Tablet PC feature must be selected to support touch.
(4) For Windows Server 2008/ 2008 R2, the Desktop Experience feature must be installed to activate touch.
(5) In Windows 8 / Windows Embedded 8 Standard / Windows Server 2012, the default setting supports touch.
Install the latest PenMount driver V220.127.116.115 In Windows 2000/XP, and the system will simulate a mouse device automatically. In Windows 2008/Vista/7/ 8, you can instruct the system to simulate a mouse device during installation.
Note: Windows Server 2008 does not contain the Desktop Experience feature in the default system setting. It is recommended that you install the touch panel as a “simulated mouse device” to make sure touch functions accurately.