Comfort Software Group Announces Release of Version 2.0 of Comfort On-Screen Keyboard!

Ny, New York (PressExposure) October 04, 2007 -- Comfort Software Group announces release of version 2.0 of Comfort Keyboard!

Comfort On-Screen Keyboard is an application displaying a unique virtual keyboard on the screen and allowing you use the mouse pointer to type the way you do it with the regular keyboard.

Comfort On-Screen Keyboard supports all characteristics of the regular keyboard (for instance, repeated keystrokes when you hold down a key) and has additional advantages: + Displaying the icons of shortcuts in Windows® and popular applications. + Displaying characters actually typed in any language, which allows you to type text without a localized keyboard. + Customizing the keyboard appearance (the position, size and number of keys, the color and the skin) with the possibility to select it from a large number of available templates + Color areas for fingers (if necessary) in case you learn to touch type. It is convenient because when you press a key, you can see it pressed on the on-screen keyboard!

Comfort On-Screen Keyboard will help you control the process of typing without moving your eyes from the keyboard to the monitor and back all the time. It will decrease the strain on your eyes and neck and, as a result, will help you avoid headaches.

Comfort On-Screen Keyboard is convenient to use as a shortcut reference for applications. Having a visual shortcut reference at hand, you will be able to use the keyboard more effectively and considerably speed up your work.

Comfort On-Screen Keyboard v. 2.0 runs under Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista and costs $11.95 (USD). The trial version of the program, hosting all the functionality of the full version, can be downloaded free of charge at http://www.comfort-software.com/download/

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Press Release Submitted On: September 27, 2007 at 11:46 am
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