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Windows 10 with Touch-Enabled PC Monitor

The lectern computers in iDesign-supported technology classrooms in Armstrong Hall, the Business & Economics Building, and Hodges Hall have been upgraded to Windows 10. At the same time, we have upgraded these lectern monitors to "multi-touch" capable monitors. You will be able to scroll, zoom, and click links with your fingers just like a smart phone or tablet. 

The pen-annotation monitors previously installed here have been discontinued by the manufacturer. Lack of product support, along with WVU's move toward the latest Windows operating system, necessitated beginning the transition at this time. Annotation on the new monitors is available by using Microsoft Ink with your finger (or any soft-tipped stylus) giving you direct control over your classroom session. Whether you use Powerpoint, Word, or just want to draw over your Microsoft Edge web browser, the new multi-touch monitor can facilitate that.

Windows 10 has been installed in the following classrooms:

    Business & Economics Building 244, 458, and 459
    (more classrooms to be updated over winter break)

Please see the following resources for more information on Windows 10 and Windows Ink:

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.