How to use multiple desktops in windows 10

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How to use Multiple Desktops in Windows 10

The multiple desktops feature in Windows 10 has been tweaked for the April 2018 Update.

Windows 10 has made it extremely easy to set up and use multiple virtual desktops in Windows 10. Multiple desktops are great for keeping unrelated, ongoing projects organized, or for quickly hiding from the boss that browser game you can't stop playing. Ready to tackle the day with multiple desktops? Let's go! ? How to create a new virtual desktop in Windows 10 ? How to switch between virtual desktops in Windows 10 ? How to move windows between virtual desktops in Windows 10

? How to duplicate windows across virtual desktops ? How to remove a virtual desktop in Windows 10

How to create a new virtual desktop in Windows 10

Creating a new virtual desktop can be done with a couple of clicks or with a keyboard shortcut. 1. Click the Task View button in your taskbar. o You can also use the Windows key + Tab shortcut on your keyboard, or you can swipe with one finger from the left of your touchscreen. 2. Click New Desktop. (It's located in the top left corner of your screen.)

That's it. Easy, right? There's also a Ctrl + Windows key + D keyboard shortcut that will immediately create a new virtual desktop.

How to switch between virtual desktops in Windows 10

Now that you've created a new virtual desktop, you can quickly switch a few different ways. 1. Click the Task View button in your taskbar.

o You can also use the Windows key + Tab shortcut on your keyboard, or you can swipe with one finger from the left of your touchscreen.

2. Click Desktop 2 or any other virtual desktop you've created.

You can switch back to your original desktop at any time by following the above steps but choosing Desktop 1. There's also a Ctrl + Windows key + Left and right arrow keyboard shortcut that you can use to switch between virtual desktops. Using a device with a touchpad? You can perform a fourfinger swipe left or right to switch between virtual desktops.

How to move windows between virtual desktops in Windows 10

There are two ways you can move windows between virtual desktops. First, you can click and drag windows; second, you can right-click the window and use the menu.

Click-and-drag method

1. Click the Task View button in your taskbar. o You can also use the Windows key + Tab shortcut on your keyboard, or you

can swipe with one finger from the left of your touchscreen. 2. Click and hold the window you want to move. 3. Drag and release the window on an alternate desktop.

Right-click menu method

1. Click the Task View button in your taskbar. o You can also use the Windows key + Tab shortcut on your keyboard, or you

can swipe with one finger from the left of your touchscreen. 2. Right-click on the window you'd like to move to another desktop.

3. Hover your cursor over Move to.

4. Click the desktop to which you'd like to move the window.

You can move windows back and forth between desktops to your heart's content.

How to duplicate windows across virtual desktops

Certain windows or collections of windows from one app can be duplicated across all virtual desktops. 1. Click the Task View button in your taskbar. o You can also use the Windows key + Tab shortcut on your keyboard, or you can swipe with one finger from the left of your touchscreen. 2. Right-click an active window.

3. Click Show this window on all desktops to duplicate a single window.

4. Click Show windows from this app on all desktops to duplicate all windows from one app.

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