GBM reader Fred Beiderbecke just pointed us to a bink.nu article about the availablity of the Experience Pack for Windows Vista.
The new Experience Pack for Vista contains the following programs and can be downloaded here. I’ll be downloading this tonight to see how they look and run. Someone from our team will post some screen shots, too.
The Ink Desktop for Vista can be downloaded seperately here
There is supposedly a seperate download for the Ink Desktop that we’ll try and find, too.
Copy or stream media files from your home computer to your Tablet PC, so that you can enjoy your favorite music, videos, or pictures wherever you go.
Solve crosswords on your Tablet PC using your tablet pen. Twelve puzzles come with Ink Crossword. You can also download a free daily puzzle and purchase more puzzle packs online.
Easily add mathematical expressions to your papers. Handwrite a math equation, and then convert it into a neatly typewritten image to paste into a report or a presentation.
Ink Flash Cards
Create flash cards to help you learn facts or study for an exam. Handwrite a question on the front of a card and put an answer on the back. Draw, insert graphics, and add text, too.
UPDATE: After installing, I’m not seeing much of a difference in the functionalit of the programs over the XP version, except that they don’t require Tablet PC SP2 to install and run, and Media Transfer will recognize Vista with Media Player 11 to transfer files.
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