That included how Windows 11 changes the tablet PC experience. The final version of the OS seems to have some nifty upgrades, like larger touch targets so you can more easily resize apps. There also a reworked touchscreen keyboard, which sits in a corner of the screen for thumb typing. At its core, though, changes come in the form of a new Start menu, via the new centered taskbar we saw last week. New features include Snap Groups, collections of apps that you lump together on the taskbar,...

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