Get Mac OS X Lion like Multi-Touch Gestures in Windows 7 – How To
The Mac OS X Lion brings new and richer multi-touch experience to Mac. The latest Mac OS X offers fluid and relaistic gesture responses, including rubber-band scrolling, page and image zoom, and full-screen swiping. Every notebook user would like to enhance the capabilities of Touch Pad. Unfortunately there is no single software available to bring Multi-Touch gestures to Windows 7.
But, if your notebook is equipped with Synaptics touchpad, you can enhance your touchpad by expanding your Touchpad’s Capabilities. The Multi-Touch gestures of Lion can be obtained in Windows 7 with the help of the latest Synaptics Touchpad with Scrybe Gesture Workflow Technology. After installation of Scrybe, you can edit gestures and even add new custom getsures to the existing gestures list.
Steps to Get Mac OS X Lion like Multi-Touch Gestures in Windows 7:
Step 1: First, uninstall the previous version of the Synaptic Driver from your notebook and Reboot the machine.
Step 2: Now, download the Scrybe Driver for your version of your Windows. Run the setup and follow the onscreen instructions to complete installation. Again Reboot your notebook.
Step 3: Now, navigate to Mouse Properties and launch Synaptics Touchpad Settings to see the list of all available gestures. To add a new gesture or edit an existing gesture, just double-click on the Scribe icon in Syatem tray.
Important Note: Make sure that you create a system restore point before installing the Scrybe driver as installing a generic driver may result in loss of OEM customized Synaptics pointing device functionality.