Virtual Desktops in Windows 10 can be a very handy feature, if you are used to using a Mac or just want to get the best out of your workspace then Virtual Desktops can be for you. Only using a single screen or multiple screens with a large work environment? Now you can use an unlimited amount of Virtual Desktops but there are limitations, such as workspaces do not have their own backgrounds.
How do I use Virtual Desktops in Windows 10?
To get started you can create a Virtual Desktop by bringing up the menu either from the Task View menu from the Taskbar:
Or alternatively by holding the Windows key and pressing the Tab button:
You will be given the option to create a New Desktop but there will also show a timeline of recent and open applications, as well as previously visited websites. If you have two or more Virtual Desktops already open then it will just show a + symbol, it is also possible to quickly create a new desktop with the Windows Key + Ctrl and the letter D.
How do I switch between Virtual Desktops?
How do I close the Desktop?
Can I move between Virtual Desktops?
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