1. Windows Central Question's Avatar
    Before the keyboard pushes the whole interface upwards so that you can see where you'll type..
    Now there's nothing like that
    to make it worse you have to manually press the Keyboard button?

    Surface Pro 3 running Windows 10
    07-31-2015 05:41 AM
  2. Krazeh's Avatar
    Doesn't sound like you're in tablet mode tbh. Might want to check that.
    07-31-2015 06:07 AM
  3. Stefan Dunkelgrun's Avatar
    I reverted back to Windows 8.1 after seeing how badly the touch keyboard is implemented in Windows 10

    First, switching between computer mode and tablet mode is less seamless - in Windows 8.1 just turning the devise is sufficient, in Windows 10 I have to hit a button.
    Then, once I go into tablet mode, the button for the virtual keyboard disappears, and I was unable to find a way to get it back. I believe that the touch keyboard was supposed to show up when I tap somewhere where typing is possible, but that didn't happen. Ever.

    On top of that, entering tablet mode in Windows 8.1 deactivates the keyboard on my 2-in-on1, but in Windows 10 the keyboard remains active, which means a lot of random letters showing up.

    Windows 10 isn't ready yet. I'll wait for the next update
    08-01-2015 07:31 AM

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