Windows Virtual Desktop works with Windows 10 and 11.
It allows you to have multiple desktops – each with it’s own programs running.
It’s very handy if you want to keep personal work separate from business work on your PC. Once you experiment with it a bit you will see how productive and efficient this tools is.
There are two ways to access a new virtual desktop –
1) You can click on the Task View icon in the toolbar at the bottom of the screen (it’s the symbol that looks like part of an old film reel) and then click on “New Desktop”
2) You can press the handy Windows logo key with the Ctrl button and then the letter D to create a new virtual desktop and
Win + Ctrl + F4 to Close the current virtual desktop.
This is another Windows feature I bet most of you didn’t know you had and if you are a heavy computer user and want to organize your work into segments – or separate desktops, the virtual desktop is the way to go!