What's New for Tablet PC?
This version of Microsoft Windows includes several new features that can help you be more efficient with your Tablet PC.
More Input Panel features
Tablet PC Input Panel has a new look and includes the following new features.
Handwriting recognition personalization
You can now teach the handwriting recognizer how you write by providing handwriting samples in the Handwriting recognition personalization tool. You can also turn on automatic learning so that the handwriting recognizer gathers information about the words that you use and how you write them.
Handwriting recognition error reporting
This feature provides a way for you to send Microsoft the corrections you've made in Tablet PC Input Panel. Information that you send can then be used to improve the handwriting recognizer in future versions of Microsoft Windows.
On a Tablet PC, pen cursors provide visual feedback for standard pen actions, such as single-tap, double-tap, and right-click equivalents.
With the Snipping Tool, you can capture an area of your screen and write on it using your tablet pen. You can then use the captured image in e-mail, a journal file, or any other location that you can paste a graphic into.
Pen flicks are gestures that you can make with your tablet pen to quickly navigate through browser windows and documents, and perform editing shortcuts such as copy, paste, undo, and delete. For example, you can drag up or down on a page, move back or forward in a browser window, or paste an item into a document-all with a flick of your pen.
Some new Tablet PCs have touch-enabled screens. If touch input is available on your computer, you can use your finger to do many of the things that you do with a mouse or a tablet pen. For example, you can move the pointer on the screen, select objects, and open files and folders.
Note: This information provided by Microsoft.