23. Tinker with tablet mode
Windows 10’s Continuum, which dynamically switches from the traditional desktop to a more Metro-like touch interface when you’re using a touchscreen, is supposed to kick into action when you connect or disconnect a keyboard from your Windows hybrid or tablet, or you can activate it manually via the Action Center. But you can also tweak how the operating system handles Continuum.
Simply search for ‘Tablet Mode’ and select the ‘Tablet Mode Settings’ option that appears. Here, you’ll be able to tell Windows whether you want to even use Tablet Mode on this device, and specify how you want to handle Tablet Mode prompts if so. You can also tell Windows to keep your open and pinned apps on the taskbar when in Tablet Mode if you so desire, as well as to boot into tablet mode at startup.