How to Use Virtual Desktops in Windows 10

Previous to Windows 10, there was only one Desktop in Windows but if you have ever used MAC OS or Linux, you will love this new built-in Virtual Desktop feature in Microsoft Windows 10. They have finally make it a part of Windows 10. This feature can help users to organize their Virtual Desktop in Windows 10 to one type of programs in one Virtual Desktop and you can add as much desktop as much you like to have. It’s quite simple to add a desktop, just follow the screen to get a quick learning;

Task View button on Taskbar

Click “Task View” button on Taskbar to open “Task View Interface”. In Task View Internet, for the first time, you have blank page with option “Add a Desktop” button with plus sign. Click on Plus Sign to add another Virtual Desktop.


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