How to Enable or Disable Tablet Mode in Windows 10
Tablet Mode in Windows 10 provides a more touch-friendly, work-friendly experience by making all applications run at full screen, while also giving you a Start screen instead of a Start Menu. To switch between Tablet and Desktop modes manually is quite simple and can be done in just a few quick steps.
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First, click Settings on the Start Menu.
From the Settings Menu, select "System".
Now, select "Tablet mode" in the left pane.
Next, in the Tablet mode submenu, toggle "Make Windows more touch-friendly when using your device as a table" to ON enable Tablet mode. Toggle it OFF for Desktop mode.
Lastly, select "Don't ask me and always switch" from the "When this device automatically switches" menu if you want Windows 10 to switch modes on your 2-in-1 without prompting you.
Congratulations! You can now choose when you would like to use Table Mode or Desktop Mode on any of your Windows 10 devices.
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