|My-T-Pen®: for Windows; Indestructible Keyboards and Indispensable Utilites; Version 1.78 Release 4; User's Guide|
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My-T-Pen provides on-screen keyboards, buttons, and utilities that allow Pens, Touchscreens, and other pointing devices to operate Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 without the need for a physical keyboard or membrane panel. This product is the culmination of over 16 years of on-going development, customer support & feedback, and meeting the needs of users throughout the world.
My-T-Pen Software is intended to provide all the functionality of a keyboard without using a keyboard, thus allowing the user to remain on the primary input device at all times. With most applications being driven by the Graphical User Interface (GUI) point & click approach, My-T-Pen completes the user / operator interface with its heads-up display and is ideal for users who need to go to the keyboard only occasionally. My-T-Pen is ideal for kiosks, controlled applications, industrial / hazardous environments, challenged users, or anywhere the Man-Machine-Interface (MMI / HMI) needs to be intuitive and practical. Using the Operator mode & Show / Hide Key options, a Supervisor can configure My-T-Pen for secure applications, network logons, password entry, and various other controlled input situations. My-T-Pen is also a very useful tool for quick Macros and Windows commands. My-T-Pen has various screen sizes and its option panels can expand and retract dependent upon your requirements.
Note: My-T-Pen is available in many forms, by many names, and can trace its history back to My-T-Mouse, originally introduced to the world at Fall COMDEX 1993 (when COMDEX, i.e. the Computer Dealers Exposition, was the premier trade show for everything happening in the computer industry - My-T-Mouse was featured as one of the highlights of the show in a program called "Computer Chronicles" (a well known series that ran from 1981 through 2002). You can find this archived video [Computer Chronicles Fall COMDEX 1993] at the Internet Archive). There are versions that support Windows 3.0 / 3.1, Windows 95 / 98 / Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Embedded versions (NT/XP & Windows CE), Windows Server versions, and Windows Vista. Other operating system & platform support can be found in Build-A-Board, the next generation of the My-T-Soft software.