Tablet mode is a special alternative interface in Windows 10 designed for touch screens. This video starts by showing how to switch between the standard Desktop mode and the Tablet mode. Then it introduces the start screen in Tablet mode and show how the interface is different from Desktop mode.
- [Instructor] Windows has a dedicated tablet mode…which changes the interface to be much more friendly…to touch controls for those times…when you want to leave the keyboard and mouse behind…and just use your device like a tablet.…Getting in and out of tablet mode is really easy.…First, you should open up the actions center.…So, place your finger on the right edge of the screen…and swipe in to the left.…And down at the bottom of the panel…you'll see there's a button for tablet mode.…Tap on that, the interface changes,…and now I'm in the tablet mode.…The desktop goes away and the start menu…becomes the start screen.…
You can see if fills the entire screen.…This is now the home base instead of the desktop.…Of course this looks different,…but your core Windows controls are still there.…The start button is still in the bottom left corner.…I don't really need that when I'm already on…the start screen, but when you're in some other application,…the start button will take you…back here to the start screen.…The task bar is still at the bottom of the screen…
- Name the important peripheral component that is included with all Surface Books.
- Recall how to bring up the Action Center in Windows 10 using a touch screen.
- Recognize the applications that have native support for the Surface Pen in Windows 10.
- Identify the Windows Settings selection where you find the sign-in options.
- Name the biometric information that you can use to sign into Windows 10.