In Windows, you can have multiple screen spaces to work with, without the need for multiple physical display screens. This video explores some quick options for managing different applications and windows in different workspaces.
- [Instructor] If your screen is cluttered … by too many windows, … use multiple workspaces to get organized. … Click the Task View button in the taskbar. … You will see all of the windows … that you currently have open. … Click New desktop to create a new workspace. … Then drag some windows to that second desktop. … Click New desktop again to create another workspace. … Point at a desktop to see … all of the windows in that workspace. … Then drag each window to the desktop you want it on. … When you're ready, … click the desktop that you want to see. … You can focus only on the application windows … in that workspace. … To switch to a different workspace, … open Task View again, … then click on the desktop that you want to see. … To close a workspace, go back to Task View, … point at a desktop, then click the X button. … The windows that were in that desktop … will just move over to the next closest desktop. … …
- Using multiple workspaces
- Increasing contrast and inverting colors
- Modifying the taskbar
- Managing files
- Removing preloaded apps and tiles
- Disabling notifications for specific apps
- Drawing a route in Maps
- Adjusting system settings
Skill Level Intermediate
1. General Interface Tips
2. Modify the Taskbar
Hide the taskbar33s
3. File Management Tips
Zip and unzip files1m 23s
4. Working with Apps
5. System Settings
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