The Full PC Control functionality provides you with the ability to completely control your computer using a touchpad, full keyboard, and a set of Functional shortcuts keys that provide common functions.
The keyboard is a standard QWERTY layout based on 80% of an ANSI keyboard form factor. The keyboard has a total of 86 keys including:
- Characters keys: A-Z, a-z, 0-9, punctuation
- Modifier keys: Shift, Ctrl, Alt
- Editing keys: Enter, Tab, Backspace, Insert, Delete
- Navigation keys: Arrows, Home, End, Page Up, Page Down
- Function keys: F1-F12
- Lock Keys: Caps Lock
- System Keys: Esc, Super (Windows ), Meta/Menu (right mouse click)
Track pad / Touchpad
The track pad simulates the functionality of a conventional laptop track pad / touchpad.
The track pad is divided into 3 sections
Mouse pointer area
Left mouse click
Right mouse click
Mouse pointer area
The mouse pointer area of the track pad allows you to move the computer's mouse pointer across the screen. The motion and position of your fingers are being translated and transferred to their relative position on the computer screen.
The mouse pointer area has several features and capabilities you should be familiar with:
Sensitivity - The track pad is sensitive to the speed of your finger's motion and adjusts the proportions between the track pad and the screen accordingly. The faster you move your fingers, less distance would be needed to move the pointer a larger distance on the computer's screen.
Extendibility – In case you move your fingers pass the boundaries of the track pad, the app dynamically extends the limits of the track pad area so the functionality being performed is maintained and remained active until you lift your fingers.
Mouse left click – a single tap on the mouse pointer area simulates the functionality of the mouse left click.
Mouse double left click – a double tap on the mouse pointer area simulates the functionality of the mouse double left click
Horizontal Scroll – using slightly separated two fingers that touch and move simultaneously on mouse pointer area in a horizontal (up-down) direction, would simulate the functionality of horizontal scroll.
Vertical Scroll – using slightly separated two fingers that touch and move simultaneously on mouse pointer area in a vertical (left-right) direction, would simulate the functionality of vertical scroll.
Drag and Drop – drag-and-drop functionality is gained by double-tap-and-stay-down. Double tap without lifting the finger after the second tap selects the element (window, file, etc.) and then moving the finger while it is still down on the element, simulates the drag functionality and the object follows the finger's move. To release the element and stop dragging lift your finger.
Right Mouse Click – tap with fingers anywhere on the mouse pointer area to simulate clicking the right mouse button.
Left Mouse Click
Tapping the left mouse click area simulates clicking the left mouse button. Double tapping the left mouse click area simulates double clicking the left mouse button.
Right Mouse Click
Tapping the right mouse click area simulates clicking the right mouse button.
The Functional keys are shortcut keys to some common functionalities such as:
|Open Windows Explorer||Open default web browser||Open default music player|
|Open Windows calculator||Open favorites folder||Music player - Play / Pause|
|Open default email application||Volume – mute||Music Player - Stop|
|Open Task Manager||Volume – up||Music Player – Previous song|
|Shut down the computer||Volume – down||Music Player – Next song|