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I am running a multi-screen workstation (seven Dell 24" screens).

I would like to change one of my screens to be a touch screen and use it as my main desktop in the configuration.

  1. Is this possible?
  2. Can I use the normal mouse on the touch screen?

The system is running Windows 7 64-bit with three NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560TI cards.

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I'm also concerned about this. How does the mouse factor in with touch? Do you still see the mouse cursor? – Arcane Engineer Nov 27 '14 at 16:19
  1. I don't know about a 7 screens workstation, but with a two screens configuration or with a laptop with a touchscreen and one or two additional non-touch screens, there is no problem at all
  2. Of course
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