Windows Task View

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.
Windows 10 task view
To set one up, tap or click on the small icon – or press Windows key + Tab – to the right of the Cortana search bar and this will bring up all of the your open windows. If you scan your eyes to the bottom right hand corner you should see the option to '+ New desktop'.

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