Windows 7 is expected to launch soon enough and there has been talks about how accommodating will it be for health care and clinical practice.

“Tablet PC users will enjoy significantly improved hand-writing recognition. Like many physicians my hand writing is terrible, but Windows 7 is truly amazing in its ability to recognize my scribble. It also learns. The recognition gets better and better the more I use it. The same is true for voice recognition. I just talk to my machine and it does what I want, from opening applications to dictating a letter.”- Dr Bill Crounse, a Senior Director of Worldwide Health for Microsoft

The new operating system will also support higher contrast image display for better diagnotic image viewing as well as RFID drivers for physical and role-based sensors.

[via Medgadget]


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