How to put 'switch to Tablet mode' as a default

If you're really a big fan of the Tablet mode and want your laptop or PC to boot up into the touchscreen-friendly version of Windows 10 every time you log in, you need to go into the System settings to do this.
Tm settings
Head to the Windows Start Menu and select Settings. Look for the Tablet mode option and when selected it'll give you a drop down option for 'When I sign in'. Here you choose to boot up in whatever you used last or automatically switch to tablet or desktop mode every time.

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