Enable App Icons in the Tablet Mode in Windows 10

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng

Hi! This is a tutorial on how to enable application icons in the tablet mode on Windows 10 computers.


Steps

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    The first thing that we need to do is enable the tablet mode by clicking the lower-left corner of the screen
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    Then, we click "Settings"
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    Now, we need to click "System"
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    Then, we click "Tablet mode"
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    We click the toggle under "Tablet mode" to turn it on
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    Once the toggle is on, we will notice that the taskbar will have disappeared. All of the icons that we had on the taskbar will disappear too.
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    To enable application icons, we need simply to click the "On" toggle for "Hide app icons on the taskbar in tablet mode"
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    The taskbar will return.
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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