Microsoft is planning to redesign the tablet experience for Windows 10. The software has started testing a new design for 2-in-1 convertible PCs. Currently, Windows 7 is getting back to the top of the screen, making it easier for people to switch to the "tablet mode" menu Touch-optimized elements for 2-in-1 PCs.
In the new tablet experience, the desktop will remain in full view, with the task bars icons visible and more intensely spaced between them. If enabled, the search box will collapse into an icon, and the keyboard will appear when you tap on a text field. File Explorer wants to switch to a touch-optimized layout.
We have had to try these design tweaks. Microsoft is testing this with Windows Insiders and has marked the design as beta, suggesting it will change and be shaped by feedback. These new changes will trigger you automatically when you remove a keyboard from a device like Surface Pro, and have confirmed that it's a dedicated "tablet mode
Microsoft has already dropped a large amount of its Windows 8 touch features that worked well on hybrid devices , Windows tablet fans will want to be ready to use this technology Download this article to: Windows 10 PCs.
Alongside the tablet experience changes. USB drivers.
Update, August. Windows users to quickly reinstall the OS without needing it 29:23 PM ET : Microsoft has clarified that tablet mode will remain, but these changes are designed to be automatically enabled when you remove a keyboard on a device like a Surface Pro.