How To Fix Windows 11 Stuck on Tablet Mode

Windows 11 stuck on tablet mode? We’ve got you covered. In this post, we have listed a quick guide on what is tablet mode, how to enable tablet mode on Windows 10 and 11, and everything else that you need to know.


Let’s get started.

How to Enable Tablet Mode on Windows 11?

For those of you who are not aware, as soon as you switch your Windows to tablet mode it becomes more touch-friendly. So, yes, whether you’re using a desktop or a laptop, enabling tablet mode allows you to use your device like a tablet where everything, including the Start menu and other Windows elements, goes into a full-screen mode. Hence, rather than using a keyboard or a mouse, you can use your device as a tablet.

NOTE: Tablet mode is only supported on limited models, especially those with touch screen functionality.

Windows 10:

To enable tablet mode on Windows 10, head on to Settings> System and then select the “Tablet Mode” option from the left menu pane.


Toggle ON the switch to activate tablet mode on your device.

Also read: How to Fix Windows 10 Tablet Mode Not Working?

Windows 11:

Well, most of you will be surprised to know that Microsoft has removed the tablet mode from Windows 11. So, if you’re having some trouble finding this feature in Settings, don’t be disheartened.

Well, instead of having a dedicated tablet mode, Windows 11 makes it much easier to use table mode on your device. Simply disconnect your keyboard and mouse, and your device will automatically switch to tablet mode on Windows 11.


As soon as your PC or laptop won’t be connected to a keyboard, tablet mode functionality will automatically be enabled on your device.

How to Fix the “Windows 11 Stuck on Tablet Mode” Issue

Solution #1: Check the Keyboard

First things first! The tablet mode gets automatically enabled the moment you disconnect your keyboard from your device. Hence, to ensure that all physical connections are in place, reconnect your keyboard to your Windows 11 device.

Once the keyboard is properly connected to your PC, the tablet mode issue can be easily resolved.

Also read: How To Enable Chrome Kiosk Mode In Your Computer?

Solution #2: Try Rotating the Screen

Well, this solution is only dedicated to laptops. Try to rotate or flip your laptop’s screen and see whether it resolved the issue.

Solution #3: Restart your Device


Tap the Windows icon placed on the Taskbar and then shut down your device. Wait for a few seconds and then again restart your device. Rebooting your device will probably do the trick

After restarting your device, if you’re still facing the “Windows 11 stuck on tablet mode” issue, you can try these other workarounds that are listed in our post.

Solution #4: Run an SFC Scan

SFC (System File Checker) is an in-built Windows utility that scans and fixes corrupt system files and discrepancies. After trying the above-listed workarounds, if your device is still stuck on the tablet mode, it can probably be due to a corrupt system file or misconfigured setting. To run an SFC scan on Windows 11, follow these quick steps:

Tap the search icon placed on the Taskbar, type “Command Prompt” and then right-click on it and select “Run as Administrator”.


In the Command Line Terminal, copy and paste the following command and hit Enter to execute it.



Wait until the scanning process gets completed. Reboot your device and then check if the issue persists.

Solution #5: Check for Updates

Tap on the Windows icon placed on the Taskbar, open Settings.


Switch to the “Windows Update” section from the left menu pane. Tap on “Windows update”.


Hit the “Check for updates” button to see if any latest updates are available.


If any latest Windows version has rolled out recently, upgrade your device right away!

Also read: How To Install Android on Windows Tablet or Vice Versa?


Here were a few resolutions that you can try for fixing the “Windows 11 stuck on tablet mode” issue. You can use any of these solutions for disabling tablet mode on Windows 11. Tablet mode was never a strong suit for Windows and hence Microsoft has finally removed this option from Windows 11. Do you frequently use tablet mode for easy access on your device?

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