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are use multiple desktops because I use one for each law class I’m taking because in each window or excuse me and each desktop,
I have multiple windows depending on what I’m doing for that particular class if I take five classes I have at least five desktops and another one on the side for just miscellaneous stuff
On Oct 23, 2020, at 6:46 PM, Sharon <mt281820@...> wrote:
Why would you even need more than one desktop?
I can’t imagine a situation where I would need that.
But then maybe I’m missing something.
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Subject: Re: Multiple windows desktops
Move among Desktops with CTRL-WINDOWS KEY-RIGHT ARROW and CTRL-WINDOWS KEY-LEFT ARROW.
You can also move applications among Desktops and manage Desktops in Task View (WINDOWS KEY-TAB).
To close a Desktop, press CTRL-WINDOWS KEY-F4.
I want to create multiple desktops in Windows 10. When I press control+windows+d I am put in a new desktop. However, I cannot figure out how to move between desktops. I tried control+windows+left or right arrow without success. Any help is appreciated.