Windows 10 virtual desktop keyboard shortcuts

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Microsoft is returning to the drawing board with Windows 10 and building its next desktop-centric operating system, which means everything revolves around the keyboard and mouse once again.

Although Windows already has a large collection of keyboard shortcuts, Microsoft will continue to add features and new shortcuts will be introduced. For example, in Windows 10, the software giant is introducing virtual desktops, a feature that allows users to group tasks more logically and separate work from personal activities.

Microsoft calls the resource virtual desktops and the button to sign in appears on the taskbar next to Cortana. However, the new virtual desktop features have several keyboard shortcuts that you can use to speed up productivity:

  • Windows key + Tab: This keyboard shortcut activates Task View and allows you to access running applications and virtual desktops. Once connected, you can release both keys, as the Task View will remain open.
  • Windows key + Ctrl + Left | Windows key + Ctrl + Right: It allows you to move between desktops.
  • Windows key + Ctrl + D: Create a new virtual desktop.
  • Windows key + Ctrl + F4: Close the active virtual desktop and the running applications will migrate to the remaining desktop.

Now, there will be times when you already have a lot of applications running on a desktop and you may want to move the applications to a new virtual desktop. Windows 10 doesn't have a keyboard shortcut to do this, so you'll need to open the file activity screenright-click on the app in the list and select Move toand select the workspace (for example desk 1) The same operation must be performed for the application you want to move.

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