Virtual Desktops comes integrated directly into Windows 10 to provide a native virtual desktop experience just like many other operating systems like Mac OS and Linux. Using Virtual desktop, users can group and arrange apps, manage apps and improve productivity.
It also improves user privacy as only the active apps present in the current virtual desktop are shown in the taskbar.
To activate Virtual Desktop, users can press the Tasks View icon in the taskbar or the Windows + Tab keys, then click the New desktop button at the bottom right corner to create a new virtual desktop.
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