Microsoft’s Mojave-For-Real, Vista service pack, er, “Windows 7” was inflicted yesterday and a Japanese TV show checked it out. It’s in Japanese, but no translation is necessary:

Direct link to video via YouTube here.

MacDailyNews Take: We love how they cut to the canned video to try to cover the reboots. Macintosh. Because life’s too short. Macをはじめよう。

By the way, Apple has incorporated Multi-Touch™ into their OS in the correct way, on spacious trackpads and the Magic Mouse, not on a vertical screen where fingerprints smudge and users’ arms would quickly tire in what everyone — everyone outside of the PC box assemblers and Microsoft, that is — calls “Gorilla Arm.”

Only Microsoft, in typical half-assed fashion, would take exactly the device designed for viewing and occlude it intentionally when there are far better, far more logical solutions. Perhaps Apple’s patent portfolio has consigned Microsoft to the display ghetto for their ill-conceived touch inputs? If so, we smile.

To us longtime Apple watchers, Cupertino seems to be saying quite clearly, “Multi-Touch™ on the screen only when trackpads/mice are not available/part of the device.

See Apple’s Mac OS X Multi-Touch™ in action: swipe, zoom, rotate, and secondary click. There are more gestures than just those four, but you get the idea. Apple’s Mac OS X Multi-Touch™ actually works.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “dslarsen” for the heads up.]