The race between the development of portable devices and practical desktops has always been subtle, but practically a reality. The generic tablet has been upgraded with a reader to make it as professional as possible in order to adapt it to PC capabilities, while PC developers have worked as hard to adapt the computer to a more compact and portable device replace the tablet itself. Windows 10 has however chosen to give an idea of these two essential elements by allowing the passage of the Windows 10 desktop system by default a version for tablet. The conversion is fairly simple depending on the device used and preset preferences settings to provide interesting features such as improved touch screen that can be turned on or off.
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In order to switch to tablet mode, the device automatically displays the option. It didn't take long to manually convert. The device will also continue to perform the conversion if the conversion popup is ignored according to the default settings, unless this is changed. This can be good or bad functionality depending on the user and their particular preference each time. However, this can be resolved quite easily.
- Access the parameters of the device, indicated by the gear symbol, like on any conventional device.
- Scroll down to the 'system' settings and click on it, this should reveal several configuration options intended to improve the user experience.
- Select the tablet mode for its options and select the preferred switch option from the three options available: the automatic switch, a switch prompt each time, or to never change switches.
Sometimes you may want to keep the functionality of the desktop interface, such as the on-screen keyboard. This means that the prompt to automatically convert will be refused and that the device remains in the current state. To do the conversion later, or just to convert to devices that do not have automatic failover, just follow these simple steps:
- Go to the Start menu in the lower left corner of the Windows 10 start window and select the start menu.
- Select the parameters in the resulting popup window.
- Find and select the system parameters for the device, which will display all of the enhancement preference settings.
- A panel will materialize on the left side from which you can choose the parameters of the tablet mode for its configuration.
- In the next submenu, all options for tablet mode preferences are available and to activate it, simply choose the option "Make Windows more user-friendly".
- Activating it means that tablet mode is now active
- Disabling this option of course allows the device to return to its original state, which will be fairly obvious.
After confirmation, you are ready to use tablet mode. This is very convenient, especially since most people are more comfortable with more portable devices and can work better with this more familiar configuration. Not to mention the fact that touchscreen inputs are relatively more favorable than physical keyboard input, any improvement in this functionality is therefore a welcome improvement. Basically, Windows 10 tablet mode provides the user with a more complete and efficient user interface. It improves touch input on compatible devices and also offers a better full screen display on all applications, such as on the smartphone, phablet or basic tablet. Instead of the regular Windows 10 boot menu, tablet mode will also open the door to a more convenient boot screen.