Windows 10 comes with a feature called Tablet mode. The Tablet mode, when turned on, makes several minor changes to the user interface to make Windows easier to use on a touch device. For example, when using your device with the tablet mode turned on, all apps and the File Explorer always open maximized.
Does Tablet mode exist in Windows 11?
Microsoft has removed the Tablet mode from Windows 11. The feature is no longer available in Windows 11. Does this mean that Windows 11 does not support tablets? No. Windows 11 fully supports touch devices or tablets.
The thing is that Windows 11 will automatically adjust its UI for the tablet as soon as you detach the keyboard from your tablet. All the features of the original Tablet mode will be turned on automatically.
It’s just that you cannot manually turn on the feature. Instead, Windows 11 will automatically optimize the UI for touch when you detach the keyboard from your device. In other words, in Windows 10, we could experience the Tablet mode even on desktop computers. However, that is no longer possible in Windows 11.
How to turn on the Tablet mode in Windows 11?
As mentioned earlier, the Tablet mode feature has been dropped from Windows 11. So, there is no option to turn it on or off.
Windows 11 will automatically make several changes to the UI when it detects that the operating system is installed on a touch-enabled device or when you detach the keyboard from your tablet computer.