myViewBoard for Windows
myViewBoard for Windows is a digital whiteboard solution designed specifically to run on the Windows operating system. myViewBoard for Windows is optimized for interactive displays, but will also run on non-interactive screens, with mouse clicks replacing touch events for interaction. Integration with myViewBoard.com allows unlimited users to share screens, as well as cast-in and out from anywhere in the world. myViewBoard for Windows also lets users write, highlight, edit, and transform documents and images on-screen in real-time, leveraging interactive displays to create more engaging presentations.
myViewBoard for Windows uses advanced AES-256 encryption to protect data from unauthorized access.
For an introduction and information on using myViewBoard for Windows, see the following guides:
- This document is a guide to quickly get started with using myViewBoard for Windows after installation.
- This document is a guide to using the myViewBoard for Windows user interface.
- This document is a comprehensive guide to using myViewBoard for Windows.
- This document aims to be a printable guide that users can use as a quick 'cheat sheet' reference to the myViewBoard icons.
Before installation, verify that the system meets the following requirements:
- myViewBoard system recommended requirements
- Processor: Intel Core i5-2500k x86 CPU
- RAM: 8 GB
- OS System: Windows 10 Pro
- Disk drive: SSD
- Touch Display: ViewSonic ViewBoard®
- myViewBoard system minimum requirements
- Processor: Intel Core i3 x86 CPU
- RAM: 4 GB
- OS System: Windows 7 Service Pack 1
- Disk drive: HDD / SSD
Integration with myViewBoard.com
To get the most out of myViewBoard, users need to create a complimentary myViewBoard account at http://www.myviewboard.com. Users can sign up with their Google, Microsoft or a regular email address. Having a myViewBoard account provides the following benefits:
- Sign in from anywhere
- Load personal settings and customizations
- Access to files stored in linked cloud storage services
- Use all the features of myViewBoard
myViewBoard for Windows can still be used without signing in. However, some features will be unavailable.
For more information, see signing up for a myViewBoard account.
myViewBoard for Windows Working Area
The myViewBoard for Windows working area is divided into the following areas:
Main area where users work in. By default, the background of the canvas area is blank. However, this can be customized via the following methods:
- Click the Whiteboard background management menu to specify another solid color, or one of the predefined images as the background.
- Sign in to your myViewBoard account to load your personal preferences, including any customizations applied to backgrounds, shape lines and magic pens.
Resize the canvas area by dragging the handle bar at the right bottom side of the MyViewBoard program.
More information: Floating Toolbar
Toolbar that allows users to perform operations on the canvas. This toolbar can be moved freely around the canvas area.
More information: Main Toolbar
Toolbar that allows users to add annotations to the canvas area. This toolbar is always fixed to the right, left or bottom side of the program window.
More information: Title bar
A toolbar that appears at the topmost section of the myViewBoard program. If logged in, this toolbar displays the user account currently logged in. It also provides access to the following options:
- Integrated cloud solutions
myViewBoard for Windows Accessibility Features
myViewBoard for Windows supports the following accessibility features:
A form of speech synthesis that converts text into spoken voice input. Text-to-speech systems were first developed to aid the visually impaired by offering a computer generated voice that would "read" text to the user.
- Visual aids
Color filters change the color palette on the screen and help color blind users distinguish between things that differ only by color. The following filters are available:
- - Inverted color
- - Grayscale
- - Deuteranopia
- - Protanopia
- - Tritanopia
- Touch adjustment
myViewBoard for Windows supports multiple touch points. However, for users with mobility issues, or just for anyone who are prone to accidentally lean on or touch the canvas, this can be disabled for easier input.
- - Multiple touch
- - Multi-touch gesture