Touchscreen Desktop in Windows 10

In this tutorial, we will discuss Touch screen Desktop in Windows 10

This feature is not new with Windows 10. It became first with Windows 8 in order to convert your desktop into the touch screen responsive system. We also will get around the tablet mode feature which is a genuine feature window 10.


Tablet Mode: you can enable tablet mode. It can be accessed via the below methods:

1- Go to the start menu and click settings then choose system and click “ Tablet mode

2- Click on the tablet mode icon in the taskbar


– Touch screen feature supports the following hand movements:

1- Tap: Tap once on an item.

2- Press and hold: Press your finger down and hold for about a second.

3- Pinch or stretch to zoom: Touch the screen or an item with two or more fingers, and then move the fingers toward each other (pinch) or away from each other (stretch).

4- Slide to scroll: Drag your finger on the screen.

5- Slide to rearrange: Press and briefly drag an item in the direction opposite the way the page scrolls, then move it wherever you want. (For example, if you would scroll left or right, drag the item up or down.) When you’ve moved the item to the new location, let it go.

6- Swipe to select: Swipe an item with a short, quick movement in the direction opposite the way the page scrolls. For example:

• If the page scrolls left or right, swipe the item up or down to select it.
• If the page scrolls up or down, swipe the item left or right to select it.

7- Swipe or slide from the edge: Starting on the edge, either swipe your finger quickly or slide across the screen without lifting your finger.

8- Rotate: Put two or more fingers on an item and then turn your hand.