1) All you need are the touchscreen drivers. You may want to tweak some aspects of Windows such as the icon size and that sort of thing to make it more friendly for a touchscreen.Originally Posted by Imageanet
2) You're wanitng each user to be on a different computer, really. There are products on the market that allow you to have multiple instances on teh same computer. It's been a long time since I saw one, but they work. Each user can have a seperate monitor, mouse & keyboard. I don't know how mutliple users using the same hardware would work, however. If you're listening to MP3s through the stereo and the backseat passenger wants to play a DVD, I don't know if that would fly. It might be a simpler solution to have two less powerful PCs networked together to share files like videos, mp3s, etc.