New tablet experience
Windows 10 has been carrying its classic desktop mode and the Windows 8 style Tablet Mode that hides your taskbar icons by default. Since this is not ideal for users, Microsoft has developed a new tablet experience that is sort of in-between these two styles.
Redmond says that this is not a replacement for Tablet Mode, but convertible 2-in-1 PCs will no longer automatically enter the Tablet Mode when you remove the keyboard or flip them around. Instead, they will enter this new, touch optimized experience that makes using the traditional desktop interface a bit easier to use when you have no keyboard or mouse connected. Taskbar icons will now be further apart, File Explorer will be optimized for touch, and you will be able to use windows on your desktop.
Only one caveat, though. Microsoft wants more time to work on this new experience. And for this reason, it removed this feature before the stable release of the May 2020 Update. It is set to arrive as part of a smaller update in early summer.