How to Fix Windows 11 stuck on tablet mode

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Windows 11, the latest iteration from Microsoft, has officially done away with the tablet mode. Fret not! The feature is still present in the OS, although you cannot control it manually. After a lot of users claimed that Windows 11 is stuck on tablet mode, we decided to address it. In the previous iteration, you could easily enable/disable the tablet mode from the Action Center or Settings. But, with that option missing, you are left at the mercy of the Windows to automatically switch modes.


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Restart Windows 11
  1. Click on the Start button in the Taskbar, to launch the the Start menu.
  2. Click on the Power button, and select Restart from the list of options that appears.
  3. After the system restarts, check if the tablet mode is disabled.
Update Windows 11
  1. Click on the Start button in the Taskbar to launch the Start menu.
  2. Select Settings from the apps listed at the top.
  3. Next, select Windows Update from the tabs listed in the navigation pane on the left.
  4. Click on Windows Update on the right.
  5. Click on Check for updates to let Windows scan for any available newer version.
  6. If any are found, download and install them.
Run a SFC scan
  1. Launch the Power User/Quick Access menu, and select Windows Terminal (Admin) from the list of options that appear.
  2. Click Yes on the UAC (User Account Control) prompt that appears.
  3. Click on the downward arrow at the top and select Command Prompt from the list of options. Alternatively, you can press Ctrl + Shift + 2 to directly launch the Command Prompt tab.
  4. Next, type/paste the following command, and hit Enter to run the SFC scan: sfc /scannow
  5. After the scan is complete, restart the computer, and check if the Windows 11 stuck on tablet mode issue is resolved.
Perform a system restore
  1. Click on the Start button in the Taskbar to launch the Start menu.
  2. Enter create a restore point in the text field at the top, and click on the relevant search result that appears.
  3. Next, click on the System Restore button.
  4. Now, you can either proceed with the Recommended restore point or tick the option for Choose a different restore point to manually select one, and then click on Next. We choose the latter to help you get acquainted with the process.
  5. Now, select a restore point from the ones listed here, and click on Next.
  6. Finally, review the restore settings and click on Finish to start the process.
How to disable auto-rotation on tablet mode in Windows 11?
  1. Launch the Settings app, as discussed earlier.
  2. Click on Display in the System tab that opens by default.
  3. Now, scroll down and disable the toggle for Rotation lock.
  4. After disabling the rotation lock, you should be able to use tablet mode in Windows 11 the way it’s intended.

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