I love my Surface Pro, but I have 4 dogs and we all migrate to the bedroom from 4 to 5. It's a process. I work for a few hours, back and forth between Portraits and re-writing a book. The dogs will rotate without warning, and often my laptop gets juggled and decides it's a tablet. Then my workspace disappears. I LOVE being able to draw on the screen, but I want to keep my workspace, so I do acrobatics when I draw. When it hits the wrong position and goes into tablet mode, it is SO much easier to close out and reopen holding shift. Then all I have to reset are my preferences. Thank you!
Any tips on how to lock my Surface Pro into laptop mode?
Perhaps this article might help? www.laptopmag.com/.../enable-tablet-mode-windows-10
You are so cool Stephen! Thank you! Now I don't have to get a death grip on my computer every time the dogs rotate or decide something interesting is going on in the kitchen. I do permanent senior/hospice foster, so I am always at the County limit with a bunch of gold old dogs. The latest is a hundred pounder, not sure he's a dog. Maybe a wolf/bear cross. He was pulled by the police from a squalor/neglect situation. Never even heard of that happening.
Awesome, glad I could help! The dog story gave me a chuckle, they are mischievous but they are still so lovable, right?