User Interface (Windows CE 5.0)

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The User Interface in Microsoft® Windows® CE 5.0 consists of ways that a user can interact with a Windows CE-based device and its applications.

In This Section

  • Accessibility
    Provides information on making your software usable and accessible to a wide range of users, including those with disabilities. The Accessibility functionality in Windows CE includes options that allow persons with disabilities to use computers more easily.
  • Mouse (User Interface)
    Provides information on the use of a mouse in a Windows CE-based device.
  • Network User Interface
    Provides information on the Network User Interface (NetUI) that defines configuration settings for the Network and Dial-up Connections icon in Control Panel.
  • Software-based Input Panel
    Provides information on the Software-based Input Panel which enables target devices that do not have a keyboard to simulate keyboard input by using an input method (IM).
  • Speech API (SAPI) 5.0
    Provides information on Microsoft Speech Application Programming Interface (SAPI) version 5.0. SAPI 5.0 is a programming standard that provides tools and components to speech recognition and text-to-speech software applications.
  • Touch Screen (Stylus)
    Provides information on interacting with a Windows CE-based application by using a stylus and a touch screen. The stylus and the touch screen provide a direct and intuitive alternative to a mouse.

See Also

  • Graphics, Windowing and Events
    Provides information on Graphics, Windowing and Events (GWES), which is the interface between the user, the applications, and the operating system (OS).
  • Shell
    Provides information on Shell, which provides the basic framework for the user interface on an OS design. The shell works to present a consistent look and feel throughout the computing experience and can be used to locate files and folders.

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