Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Running multiple virtual desktops, part of Windows 10: Tips and Tricks.
- One cool thing that will help you stay organized…here in Windows 10 is virtual desktops.…It's kind of like having multiple PCs…so you can do certain types of tasks…in one environment and other tasks…in another environment.…Maybe it's business related and gains…or maybe all of your e-mail and messaging…in one area and so on.…Let me show you what I'm talking about.…First, we'll go down to the Start button here…and we'll start up a program.…I'm going to go with Notepad.…We can start typing in n-o-t-e, there it is.…
Notepad at the top, we'll give it a click.…So I'm ready to start taking notes.…In another environment,…I might be working on my e-mail and messaging.…We can do that by going to Task View…down here on the Task bar.…Give it a click.…What it does is it kind of shrinks things down…for a moment so you can see…what desktops are running.…Currently, only the one that we're…working in with Notepad…but there is a button in the bottom right corner…to create a New desktop.…Give it a click.…Now you can see we have two,…
- Describe how to customize your startup environment.
- Explain how to run multiple virtual desktops.
- Recall how to print and save files to PDF.
- Cite the method for cutting and pasting in command prompt.
- Explain what God Mode is.
- Describe how to choose a target folder for File Explorer.
- Summarize how to use the new calculator feature.
- Recall how to edit photos in the Photos app.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Top 10
2. Keyboard Shortcuts
3. Efficiency Tips
4. Display Tips
5. Performance Tips
6. Useful Apps, Tools, and Utilities
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