Series of articles regarding finding your way about new Windows 10. A nice feature that comes along with Windows 10, is the ability to handle multiple desktops. This may sound a little gimmicky but, it helps avoid clutter if you’re a single monitor user (or multiple monitors for that matter!), and helps you organise your desktop to work more efficiently.
Creating a desktop.
All multiple desktop control is handled by the new task icon located on the new task bar, the “overlapping” screens icon can be found next to the new search icon (I still miss the charms)
Without any other additional desktops open clicking on the icon prompts to + Add a new desktop. Simply click on the prompt to open a new desktop, and be taken immediately to that new desktop. Each desktop has its own independent start menu feature
* It can get a little confusing…
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