This post will show you how to enable or disable Tablet Touch mode in Microsoft Edge. Edge browser for Windows offers a touch-optimized mode designed specifically for tablets. This helps enhance the browsing experience by seamlessly transitioning touch-enabled devices to a traditional interface. Keep reading this post to learn how to enable or disable Tablet Touch mode in Microsoft Edge.
What is Tablet Touch Mode in Microsoft Edge?
Tablet Touch Mode in Microsoft Edge is used to optimize the browsing experience on tablet devices. Once you enable Tablet Touch Mode, Microsoft Edge adjusts to make itself touch-friendly, with larger icons and other features that enhance tablet usability.
Here are some features it offers:
- Enlarged Touch Targets
- Touch Gesture Support
- On-Screen Keyboard Integration
How to Enable or Disable Tablet Touch Mode in Microsoft Edge?
These steps will help you turn Tablet Touch Mode on and off in Microsoft Edge:
Open Microsoft Edge, click on the three dots at the top left corner and select Settings.
Once the Settings window opens, navigate to the Appearance tab.
In the right pane, scroll down, click the dropdown beside Touch, and select Auto (default).
You’ve now successfully enabled Tablet Touch Mode in Microsoft Edge. To disable it, select Off in the drop-down menu.
How do I turn on touch screen on Microsoft Edge?
To turn on touch screen on Microsoft Edge, open Edge Settings and navigate to the Appearance tab. Click the dropdown beside Touch in the right pane and select Auto (default).
Why is my Microsoft touch screen not working?
If your Microsoft touchscreen is not working, update device drivers and Windows OS to the latest version available. If that doesn’t help, check if the touchscreen is disabled and adjust the power management settings in the device’s control panel.