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How do I know if I have touch screen availability?

I just purchased my computer and would like to know if I have touch screen availability?

 

Is there someplace on my laptop I can check

 

This is all new to me -

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How do I know if I have touch screen availability?

Hi:

 

If the screen has touch capability, you can use your finger to tap the screen and open one of the Windows 8 charms.

 

If you want a more scientific method, go to the control panel>system and security>system.

 

You will see in the windows 8 information that your display does or does not have pen and touch screen capability.

 

 

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How do I know if I have touch screen availability?

i have shopped for those to see and im still looking and a few store have and which bestbuy has one so far that i know of in my area and it too much for now to get and it would be nice 

 

but they are availible online to purchase but i like to see the display to make sure and i dont want to end up the hassel of returning it if it does not do what i want 

 

but like paul said use your finger to see if it will do that and i also do this to check when im shopping to see if those touch screen will work and not all AIO will be touch screen and best to test it to see if it works 

 

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