Microsoft Edge Update Accidentally Activates Touch-Friendly Mode on Non-Touchscreen PCs
Microsoft Edge’s latest update has led to an unexpected display of touch-friendly interface elements on desktop PCs, causing confusion among users who do not have touchscreen capabilities.
Reports indicate that after updating Edge, users have encountered a modified browser interface with larger spaces between elements, including tabs, and wider buttons. This configuration is typically designed to enhance the touch experience, providing more space for tapping on various elements. However, the issue appears to be affecting Windows 10 and Windows 11 desktop PCs that do not possess touchscreen functionality.