Windows 10 has the flexibility of converting your screen either in the desktop mode or in the tablet mode. Tablet Mode, is a feature that is offered in Windows 8 and 10, that makes Windows easier to use when you own a touch screen devices (e.g. a Tablet or a Windows Mobile phone).
If you have a 2-in-1 device, Windows 10 asks you if you want to enter tablet mode every time you convert your notebook into a slate. However, if you want to switch between Tablet and Desktop modes manually, stick with Desktop mode even on a tablet or avoid the prompt and have it switch to tablet mode automatically, you can change the settings.
Tablet Mode in Windows 10 provides a more touch-friendly, work-friendly experience by making all applications run at full screen, while also giving you a Start screen instead of a Start Menu. Turning Tablet Mode on and off in Windows 10 is quite simple.
Method 1: Enable Tablet Mode through Windows Settings
1- First, click Settings on the Start Menu and then click System.
2. Choose Tablet Mode on the left.
3. Under “When I Sign In” select Use desktop mode.
4. Select “Don’t ask me and always switch” from the “When this device automatically switches” menu if you want Windows 10 to switch modes on your 2-in-1 without prompting you.
5. Restart your computer.
Method 2: Use Notifications Icon to Enable Tablet Mode in Windows 10
Click on the Notifications icon located at the extreme right corner of the taskbar as highlighted in the following image:
If you want to go back to the desktop mode, just click on the Tablet mode tab once again in order to disable the tablet mode.