Comfort On-Screen Keyboard 3.0

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Comfort On-Screen Keyboard is an application displaying a virtual keyboard on the screen and allowing you use the mouse pointer to type the way you do it with the regular keyboard. Display the icons of shortcuts for Windows and popular applications.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
Comfort Software Group
Price:
$19.95
File size:
3.08 Mb
Date added:
March 17, 2008
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Description from the Publisher
Comfort On-Screen Keyboard is an application displaying a virtual keyboard. It has additional advantages as compared to the regular keyboard: displaying the icons of shortcuts for Windows and popular applications; displaying characters actually typed in any language. Ideal for using on Ultra-Mobile PC (UMPC), TabletPC and kiosk. http://www.comfort-software.com/on-screen-keyboard.html
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