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Managing several desktops using Task view

Managing several desktops using Task view: Windows 10 Anniversary Update Essential Training
Managing several desktops using Task view: Windows 10 Anniversary Update Essential Training

Sometimes, if you have too many applications open at the same time, your screen can get so cluttered, it’s hard to get any work done. One answer might be to close some windows that you’re not using. Another answer is the Task View feature. Task view takes multitasking to another level. It basically gives you the ability to have several different desktop screens.

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Q: This course was updated on 05/02/2017. What changed?

A: A new video was added that helps you confirm which version of Windows 10 you’re running, to ensure that you’re choosing the right training course.

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