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Old 01-17-2007, 09:20 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I've worked with touchscreens before. You can use either the mouse or your finger once you have it calibrated. I dont see why dual screens wont work, so that wont be a problem. Have fun wasting your money though as touchscreens are annoying after the first 5 min. They are only useful if they are a workstation for a cash register, such is the case at my dad's restaurant when I helped him set everything up.

I would never recommend a touch screen, but it's your money.

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Old 01-18-2007, 03:31 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Originally posted by lancec2c30
no you cant run 2 different os at the same time that I know of. You would have to restart and boot into the other.
Actually lance it can be done. I believe its called a virtual machine, something of that nature, I have only read about it, never tried it myself, but its basically installing to operating systems. They are just on 2 different partitions, and the second OS functions as any other application would. By that I mean you have to open it up once your in windows, or what have you, and it will be in a window itself. I think it was Maximum PC that I read about it in.

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Old 01-18-2007, 05:05 AM   #13 (permalink)
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wow that touchscreen is nice but it isnt really what im looking for im looking for I more in the market for something like this

but with a slightly higher resolution and mounted within a metal casing thankyou for looking


p.s. Jared is right and its mainly used by developers so that they can test there programs on different operating systems without transferring machines. But as I said previously it is not dual operating systems bt the etra functionality provided within xp Mce

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