Legacy User Interaction Features
User interaction features for Windows 7 and earlier.
In this section
||Describes how to use the Windows Touch API to build touch-enabled Windows-based applications.
|Keyboard and Mouse Input
||Describes how to capture user input from the keyboard and the mouse.
||Describes the framework that enables you to build applications that support multiple mouse devices concurrently on one computer.
||Describes how to build applications for the Tablet PC, which is a fully functional personal computer geared for pen-enabled, handwriting-enabled, and speech-enabled applications.
||Describes how to use the DirectInput API to process data from a joystick, or other game controller. DirectInput is legacy and not available for Windows Store apps. Use XInput instead.
|Text Services Framework
||Describes how to use the Microsoft Windows Text Services Framework (TSF), which is an API that enables text services to supply text to applications in a way that does not require any detailed knowledge of the applications that produce or receive the text. For example, a text service can provide text input from speech or handwriting input devices.