This touch screen test works not only on Windows 10, but also on all other Microsoft desktop and server operating systems!
The prerequisite is that you have a touch screen and that it is installed correctly, with the desktop PC it is different than with tablets, as well as with some MS-Surface devices, where the touch is the main component. The desk touch monitors usually have to be connected to the PC via USB to ensure the touch functionality: If you don't have a touch screen, you don't need this touch screen test tool for Windows!
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When the program starts, a quick guide will appear. However, you can start the test immediately by touching your touch screen with one or all ten fingers, for each touch point a circle appears on the screen. If you have put all your fingers on the touchscreen and all circles appear, then it is good!
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Continue with detailed touchscreen!
Test all areas on the screen, stroke the touchscreen to find any unusual areas that do not respond to your touch. If the touch screen does not respond to your scanning in certain areas, it could be a defective area on the touch screen.
With the key [C] you can start the MS Windows touchscreen calibration directly from the program!
What can I do if my touchscreen doesn't work properly?
1. If you have an existing warranty, you can return the device and possibly get a new or equivalent one that has no touch errors!
2. Check the touch screen driver and whether your Windows is up to date.
3. With external touch screens, check whether the USB cable is OK, if necessary replace it with another one!
4. If everything does not work, you have to live with the defective touchscreen screen, but at least you know in which area the touchscreen errors occur,
FAQ 2: Updated on: 20 May 2020 00:00