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Microsoft is experimenting with generally offering the same design for Windows 10 desktop and tablet modes.

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Since it was created Windows 10, Microsoft's goal has been to create a single operating system that can run on PCs, tablets and smartphones.

But the Windows 10 tablet mode is still remarkably different from the traditional Windows 10 desktop found on a PC.

In tablet mode, Windows 10 does not display multiple icons on the taskbar, which makes it a bit more cumbersome to switch between applications. It also hides the handy File Explorer icon.

Now Microsoft is experimenting with generally offering the same design for Windows 10 desktop and tablet modes, only with slightly larger and more spaced icons in tablet mode.

SEE: Windows Update May 10, 2019: 10 notable new features (free PDF) (TechRepublic)

Microsoft says the idea of ​​the new design of the tablet mode, which looks at Next, it allows users of 2-in-1 PC / tablet devices, such as Microsoft's flagship Surface Book, to switch between PC and tablet mode with minimal interruption.

"This new experience allows users who enter the tablet posture to remain in the family desktop experience without interruption," writes the Microsoft Windows Insider team.


The new aspect of the Windows 10 tablet mode that Microsoft is testing.

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As you can see in the image above, the new design of the Windows 10 tablet is very similar to the desktop mode, as well as more space between the icons on the taskbar and the search box on the bar Task is replaced by an icon. Microsoft says that File Explorer will also change to an optimized touch design when selected.

The new aspect tablet mode is currently being tested by users running early builds of Windows 10 under the Insider program. The renewed mode has been made available to a subset of users running Windows 10 build 18970, which was launched yesterday to the Insider Fast Ring.

Tablet mode can be enabled in the Windows 10 Action Center or by using a 2-in-1 device as a tablet, for example, by removing the keyboard or by folding it under the screen.

Build 18970 also includes a new way to reset a Windows 10 PC. Users who select & # 39; Reset this PC & # 39; In the Recovery section of the Settings menu you can now choose to reinstall Windows by downloading a new copy, instead of using Windows files stored on the drive. The new option & # 39; Download in the cloud & # 39; it will reinstall the same compilation, version and edition of Windows 10 that is installed on the device.

Microsoft's renewed Cortana experience, which was previously only available to some Fast Ring Insiders, is now also available to all testers in the fast ring.

You can read about the corrections and known errors in this latest compilation of Windows 10 Insider on the Microsoft blog on the subject.

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