If you're using Windows 10 on a hybrid computer consisting of a touchscreen with a detachable keyboard, you can use Tablet Mode to make it easier to use. Tablet Mode is a Windows 10 feature that automatically activates when you detach a keyboard from its base. Your experience in Tablet Mode will differ from desktop mode. For example, the Start menu is replaced with the Start screen, and your Live Tiles fill the whole screen. Please keep in mind that Tablet Mode can't be used while your device is connected to multiple displays.
Once enabled, Tablet Mode makes working on a mobile device easier because you can use touch and gestures to accomplish tasks.
Swipe in from the right side of the screen, or click the Action Center icon.
Press + A, or detach your keyboard (if possible).
Click the Tablet Mode button.
You can also detach a hybrid keyboard to automatically engage Tablet mode.
Once Tablet Mode is engaged, apps run full-screen. The taskbar changes, and most parts of the interface are optimized for touch instead of mouse and keyboard. Power, File Explorer, and Settings are docked on the left side of your Start menu.