Back in October, the company published the Surface Hub app for the tablet; at that point, it only offered the ability to users to control the pen pressure sensitivity and choose which version of OneNote (desktop or universal app) to launch when pressing the top button of the pen. Today Microsoft is adding yet another option and now users can enable (default) or disable completely the Windows button on Surface. This is a good news for many users who had in the past to resource to workarounds to fix this issue. If you choose to toggle the new Surface Hub option off, you can still get to the Start screen by:

Opening Charms and tapping the Windows button Pressing the Windows key in the keyboard

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