23. Tinker with tablet mode

Windows Advisor - - Feature -

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.

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