Hewlett and Packard Co. (HP) on Tuesday released the first major operating system update to its tablet device, the Touch Pad, available over the air.
According to tech website Slash Gear, HP has release webOS 3.0.2 to update the existing OS of its first ever tablet computer, the Touch Pad, with an aim to fix existing flaws, bringing in huge improvement in performance and reliability along with enhancement to core apps like email, photos and calendar.
The Palo Alto, California-based computer manufacturer says that the update to their 9.7 inch tablet will enhance the speed to render an attachment, scroll through the page, and manage drafts in the email app, tweaking the way calendar apps functions to make it easier for users to add and find appointments. Also, Text assist has been improved to bring out corrections comparatively faster than before.
In addition to this, the screen rotation feature has been made less sensitive by the company after Touch Pad users poured in with complaints in large number. Users will see a difference with photo and video viewer and users can now set their wallpaper from the folders directly.