The automatic rotation of the screen does not work or is grayed out in Windows 10 Table mode



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Windows 10 is an operating system designed to integrate touch and mouse interfaces. The operating system is designed to run on various peripherals such as PC, Tablets, Xbox One, smartphones and other embedded systems. Like many others, you may have chosen the latest version of Windows 10 for your tablet or laptop. Although it is unusual in all devices, whether PCs or tablets, there have been some problems with the auto rotate screen in tablet mode. This is especially a problem for users who have recently downloaded Windows 10 for their tablets.

Autorotation is one of the functions used mainly for larger devices, especially your tablet. It is more convenient if you want to switch from portrait to landscape and vice versa, depending on the rotation of the camera. This means that the camera’s sensors rotate automatically when you switch from portrait mode to landscape mode and vice versa. But with Windows 10 on the tablet, automatic screen rotation may not work for some users.

The cause of the problem may be due to the problem in the software or a problem with the device drivers . Before trying these suggestions, make sure your device is updated with the latest patch, as downloading the latest update can solve most of the software problems associated with autorotation.

1] Turn off the turnstile

      1. When using the system in laptop mode, convert your PC from laptop mode to tablet mode.
      2. Then open the action center in the taskbar and turn the turnstile off.

You can also disable lock rotation in the settings as follows. Open the Action Center and click Tablet Mode. This converts your PC to laptop and tablet mode.

Then, in the Start menu, go to Settings, click Systems and press View. Deactivate and close the automatic rotation lock here.

2] Update drivers

Update your device drivers and check. Open the Control Panel, click Device Manager and search for Sensor I/O devices.

Right-click the sensor devices and select Update driver from the menu. In the wizard that opens , select Automatically check for driver update.

After the driver is installed, restart the device and check if it has helped you.

If you notice that the Automatic Screen Rotation option is grayed out, save the registry and open the Run command by pressing the Windows +R key.

Type regedit and click Ok.

Navigate to the next path :

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionAutoRotation

Locate and double-click the LastOrientation key.

Paste 1 into the DWORD data field and click OK to save the changes.

Then use Ctrl+F to search for the SensorPresent button. If available, double-click it and change the DWORD value to 1. If it is not available, you can create it under AutoRotation and set it to 1.

Restart your PC and check.



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