Microsoft, why is this the selected default?
I mean, if the system detects that there isn’t a keyboard, and that it has a touchscreen, again, why isn’t the default be that the onscreen keyboard automagically popup?
This is one of the vestigial silliness that makes me incredibly frustrated at Microsoft!
It is also a very annoying source of support calls that we have to field from first-time users to the touchscreen systems we deploy for clients.
Do you think I like those non-revenue-bearing calls?
Microsoft, wake up!