Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Want to use tablet mode in Windows 10 laptop? Here’s how to enable or disable tablet mode in Windows 10 PC. Tablet mode makes your Windows PC touch friendly when using your device as tablet mode. You can use your PC as a tablet. It will useful to open full screen apps, giving you more space to work.
When use tablet mode in Windows 10 laptop, you can use two apps simultaneously. If you have a touchscreen laptop, easier to use tablet mode in your Windows device such as HP laptop, Dell laptop, Lenovo, Asus etc. Follow below given step by step process to enable and use tablet mode in Windows 10 Lenovo/HP.
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How to use tablet mode in Windows 10 Laptop
You can change desktop mode to tablet mode in Windows 10 laptop using below given action center settings.
Step 1: Right click Action center on the taskbar at bottom right corner
Step 2: Tap Tablet mode
Step 3: Now your Windows screen switch to tablet mode
When activate tablet mode, you can see taskbar in your Windows PC. You can also hide the taskbar automatically in Windows 10 tablet mode if you want using system settings.
Change tablet mode in Windows 10 using windows settings
Windows icon > Settings > System > Tablet mode
In Windows 10 tablet mode settings, you can see below given options in your laptop.
When I sign in
By default set “use the appropriate mode” for my hardware. To change Windows 10 tablet mode settings for sign in, choose use tablet mode / use desktop mode.
Automatically switches tablet mode on or off
By default always ask me before switching tablet mode to desktop mode in your Windows Laptop or desktop PC. Choose from Don’t ask me and don’t switch / Don’t ask me and always switch.
You can also see turned on hide app icons on the taskbar in tablet mode and disable automatically hide the taskbar in tablet mode.
And that’s it. I hope this little tip useful to use tablet mode in Windows 10 Laptop. If you have any kind of trouble, tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for latest updates. Don’t forget to check out our other Windows 10 tutorials.