Microsoft Improves Windows 10’s Tablet Mode, So It Makes More Sense Now
Microsoft has enabled a new tablet experience for select users in the Windows Insider program as part of a new build shipped to the Fast ring a few hours ago.
Windows 10 build 19592 brings back this tablet experience after it was first released as an experiment in Windows 10 build 19013 but pulled after that for additional refinements.
“This experience is separate from the Tablet Mode experience that you will still be able to use. This new experience allows users entering tablet posture to stay in the familiar desktop experience without interruption with a few key touch improvements,” Microsoft explains.
The new tablet mode comes with some important changes, all of them allowing the feature overall to make more sense going forward – as many know already, the Windows 10 tablet mode hasn’t really taken off, mostly because many people considered it rather cluttered and difficult to use.