As a mainstream operating system, Windows 10 is widely used in modern times. Of course, Windows 10 also has continuous improvements both on features and vision. In MiniTool, this post will mainly discuss Windows 10 new tablet experience released by Microsoft.
Microsoft is planning to redesign Windows 10 tablet experience. The firm has started testing new designs for 2-in-1 convertible PCs, which will make the user interface more similar to existing desktop designs.
At present, Windows 10 will introduce you a more tablet-optimized UI that removes taskbar icons and displays the Start menu in full screen when the device switches to Table Mode automatically. Microsoft is now returning some of these changes while retaining some touch-optimized components for 2-in- PCs.
Windows 10 New Tablet Experience
In the new tablet experience, the desktop will remain in full view, the taskbar icons will be visible, and the spacing between them will increase. If enabled, the search box will be collapsed as an icon and the touch keyboard will be displayed when the text field is clicked. File Explorer will also switch to touch optimized layout.
How can you get help with file explorer in Windows 10? We show you the Windows 10 file explorer help in this article in detail.
Microsoft is testing the tablet through Windows Insiders and making the design as a beta, which indicates that it will change and be formed by feedback. As Microsoft is backwards from a dedicated tablet experience in Windows 10, it’s difficult for you not to see this change.
When you remove the keyboard from a device such as Surface Pro, these new changes will be triggered automatically, and Microsoft has confirmed that the dedicated “tablet mode” will be retained, but you must manually enable it.
Microsoft has abandoned plenty of Windows 8 tablet features for hybrid devices, and this adjustment has brought us back to the era of Microsoft Windows 7 touch improvements.
These changes only apply to 2-in-1 devices, so a dedicated Windows 10 tablet will continue to have the full tablet experience that exists in the operating system. Microsoft is looking for feedback. Windows 10 new tablet experience tablet fans will definitely be ready to participate and test these changes
With the change of tablet experience, Microsoft now is testing the cloud download option to reset and recover Windows 10 PCs. The option is similar to contents existed in certain Surfaces devices allowing users to quickly reinstall an operating system. You needn’t install the OS on the local disk or a recovery USB drive.
A new Windows 10 preview with sign-in improvements has been released. This update enables Windows 10 to build 18970 from build 18965 (available for testers on August 21). These builds come from the 20H1 branch and represent Windows 10 updates that will arrive in the first half of next year.
Recently, Microsoft rolls out another two Windows 10 19H2 builds, and one of which includes more new enterprise features enabled. Check out this post to learn more information.
This version contains a new tablet experience for 2-in-1 convertible PCs. The new experience lets you enter your tablet’s posture without interruption.
However, there are some changes – the spacing between the taskbar icons increases, the search box collapses into icons, the file explorer switches to the touch-optimized layout, and the touch keyboard automatically calls when you click on the text field. There are also some minor changes to the tablet section in Settings.
Windows is now being developed as a service, which means it receives new functions on a regular basis. Microsoft has released seven main updates up to now, including November Update, Anniversary Update, Creators Update, Fall Creators Update, April 218 Update, October 2018 Update, and May 2019 Update.
All in all, these changes and new updates in feature enable you to have a better experience on Windows 10, while the release of new tablet can give you a more enjoyable vision. So, you can have a try now.