Windows 10 introduces Microsoft's new Continuum feature that enables users to dynamically switch between tablet and desktop mode based on individual needs.
Those who want to experience tablet mode as full-fledged feature can turn it on, using the following steps.
Just hit the toggle button in the Action Center, which is located at the bottom right hand corner of the desktop and select on or off when you want to enter or exit tablet mode.
Alternatively, you can access this option as follows (courtesy Windows Central):
- Click or tap the Start button
- Launch the Settings app
- Click or tap on "System"
- In the left pane of the screen, scroll down to the bottom until you see "Tablet Mode"
- Verify if the toggle is set to either on or off based on your preference.
In related news, folks at Windows Central have shared a simple guide to remove Live Tiles section from the Windows 10 Start menu. For those who are still wondering, here are the steps:
How to enable or disable Live Tiles section from Start menu
- Just unpin every tile from the Start menu: Right-Click each tile and choose Unpin from Start.
- After all the tiles are removed, just use your mouse or trackpad to drag the right edge of Start to the extreme left of the screen.
- In case, you want to restore the Live Tiles section, just drag the right edge of Start to the extreme right. Then pin the apps back one-by-one by dragging them to the empty space or by right-clicking and selecting Pin to Start.