FrontFace 2 for PC
A Touch-Based Interface for all Windows Platforms
Got an old PC hanging around? Got a less-than-techy parent, aunt, uncle, or grandparent looking to get hip with the 21st century? Refurbish that old PC with FrontFace for a killer Holiday gift that won't break the bank. Easy on the eyes, easy to operate, what more could you want!
Ever since we've entered the Age of the iPhone (and now iPad), touch-based interfaces are becoming the widely preferred way to interact with our computers. Yet, Windows applications have yet to evolve to adapt touch-based gestures. Instead of waiting for them to change, you can bring this intuitive interface to all of your platforms with today's discount software promotion, FrontFace 2!
FrontFace 2 is an intuitive Graphical User Interface for Windows netbooks, tablets, and PCs, improving the user experience while remaining compatible with existing applications. With FrontFace 2, users of all technical levels can enjoy working with Windows while taking advantage of benefits that only a touch-based interface can offer. Novices who may be intimidated by the traditional Windows interface will quickly embrace FrontFace 2, which makes it much easier to find and run applications. For those of you who use your PCs as media or lifestyle servers in your living room, you'll appreciate the oh-so-stylish touch that FrontFace 2 brings to your home setup. And, of course, FrontFace 2 remains fully compatible with mouse and keyboard operations!
You'll be bowled over by the advantages of using FrontFace 2. Start with multitasking, easy application switching, and compatibility with existing applications, then throw in an innovative application launcher that ties it all together. Move on to a personal, customizable start page packed with widgets that make your life easier. Then revel in an integrated notification center that brings all of your status updates from email, social media, and RSS feeds right to your doorstep. It's all part of the revolutionary experience that's only possible with FrontFace 2!
Review Written by Derek Lee