Quickly Jump Between Virtual Desktops
Do you like to multitask on your PC? I mean really multi-task?
Well, you can now rejoice because with Windows 10, Microsoft finally provided
out-of-the-box access to virtual desktops.
To try it out, click on Task View (the icon to the right
of the Windows menu). This will separate all your open windows and apps into
icons. You can then drag any of them over to where it says "New
desktop," which creates a new virtual desktop. This would allow you to,
say, separate your work apps, personal apps, and social media into different
Once you click out of Task View, you can toggle between
virtual desktops by pressing the Windows button+Ctrl+right/left arrows. This
will allow you to automatically switch between all the open windows which
you've separated into different desktops, while leaving all the icons on your
To remove the virtual desktops, just go back into task
view and delete the individual virtual desktops—this will not close
out the apps contained within that desktop, but rather just send them to the
next lower desktop.