Change Settings for Virtual Desktops in Windows 10
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We need to open the "SETTINGS" menu. To do that, we need to move the mouse cursor to the lower-left corner of the screen and click it.
Then, we click "Settings".
When "SETTINGS" opens, we need to click "System".
Now, we need to click "Multitasking".
We scroll all the way down. There will be Virtual desktops on the right side of the window. We will have two drop-down menus. The first is "On the taskbar, show Windows that are open on". In this case, it's set to "Only the desktop I'm using".
We click the first drop-down menu.
We can click "All desktops". That means that if we open another desktop, then all of the opened Windows will be shown on the taskbar.
The next drop-down menu is "Pressing Alt+Tab shows Windows that are open on". It's still set to "Only the desktop I'm using". We click it.
We can set the second menu to "All desktops". That means that if we open another desktop and then press "Alt" and "Tab", we will have the ability to switch to the Windows that were previously on the desktop number 1, for example.
We set the virtual desktops according to our preference, and then we can close the settings window.
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Video: Change Settings for Virtual Desktops in Windows 10
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