Multi Touch Gestures Supported in Windows 7

Windows 7 Multi Touch Gestures supports multiple One and Two finger actions these are pre-defined in the Platform and are On by default in Windows 7. So its not only about touching the screen but you need to choose the way in which a user touches the screen while interacting with your application. Check out below the Gestures supported in Windows 7 Multi Touch !


Enabling Multi Touch Support on HP TouchSmart tx2

Few days back I bought HP TouchSmart tx2 series notebook to use with Windows 7 (Ultimate) and the main purpose to use it was to test out Windows 7 Multi Touch features.  However after installing Windows 7, I was only able to get the support for single touch point or pen. So I checked out from the Device Manager it was showing some unknown devices which were not identified by the system etc etc.

So I was fumbling on many places then I finally came across HP TouchSmart tx2 N-trig DuoSense Multi-Touch Package 2.59 for Windows 7 RC on

I installed this and MultiTouch Support on my HP TouchSmart tx2 having Windows 7 RTM – Ultimate was enabled through this and further I was able to install Microsoft Touch Pack and started enjoying MultiTouch Apps.

Hardware supporting Windows 7 Multi Touch


The following hardware supports Windows 7 Multi Touch Features:

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Notebooks: Desktops:
Acer Aspire AS5738PG Acer Aspire Z5610 – AIO
Asus Eee PC T91 Dell Studio One 19 – AIO
Dell Latitude XT2 Fujitsu DeskPower F Series – AIO
Fujitsu Lifebook T4310 HP TouchSmart 600t – AIO
Fujitsu Lifebook T4410 HP – TouchSmart dx9100 – AIO
HP TouchSmart TX2 Lenovo C310 – AIO
Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Medion X9613 – AIO
Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t Positivo Union Touch 2200 – AIO
Toshiba Satellite U505 Sony  VAIO L – AIO

This hardware is usually rare, especially in Emerging Markets and it take around 1.5 months in its shipment, so if you plan to use it for your Projects, plan ahead.