Task view allows you to organize application windows into separate desktop screens. In the Anniversary Update, there are a few useful changes. There is now a swiping gesture for trackpad users to easily switch between desktops. Also, you can now have one window open on all of your desktops at the same time.
- [Voiceover] Task View is the feature…in Windows 10 that allows you to have several desktops…active at the same time.…And this is great for organizing several different…applications that you're running…at the same time into different tasks.…There are a few small but very useful new features…in Task View in the Anniversary Update.…Now of course that you should notice that I'm starting…with several applications open.…I have Word open, I have the Maps application,…I have two windows open in Microsoft Edge.…So let me sort these into three desktops.…I'm gonna go into Task View by clicking…on this button down on the Taskbar.…
I'm gonna hit the new desktop button…over here on the right.…I'll hit it a second time and now I have three desktops.…So I'll just point at desktop one…and let me drag these windows from Edge over to desktop two.…And then I'm going to drag this Microsoft Word…document to desktop three.…So now I have three separate desktops with my applications…a little more organized.…So now I can show you two new features in Task View.…
- New Cortana commands
- Interface changes
- Using Edge browser extensions
- Pen and Ink Workspace
- Update Maps app