Create A Virtual Desktop In Windows 10

A favourite with Mac OS X users, the ability to have multiple desktops running concurrently is now included in Windows 10 and it’s great. Whether you have loads of apps open or a week’s worth of Office documents, virtual desktops lets you organise your space.

To set one up, press Windows key + Tab. If you scan your eyes to the bottom right hand corner you should see the option to ‘+ New desktop’.

Then When you want to change Desktops, press Windows key + Tab and select your desktop at the bottom.