Windows SideShow is a Windows Vista and Windows 7 feature that enables users to display information from their PCs on auxiliary displays. Developers can build SideShow-compatible devices by using the Windows SideShow Device SDK on the .NET Micro Framework 3.0. The Windows SideShow Device SDK includes a touch-based user interface for resolutions of 240x320 through 640x480, button-based user interface for a resolution of 240x320 in landscape or portrait orientation, and USB, Bluetooth, and DPWS connectivity.
Windows Server 2008,
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