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Virtual desktops aren’t new to Windows. In Windows 10, it was a simple matter to create a separate desktop so that, for example, you could have one desktop for one project and a second for another, or one for your work and a second for your personal apps.

However, in Windows 11, there has been an upgrade. Now, you can also have a different wallpaper for each desktop, making it easier to distinguish one from another (and offering you a different mood, depending on what you’re using it for). And there are a number of other features that make the use of virtual desktops easy and efficient. Note that some of these were actually introduced in Windows 10, but together with the new features of Windows 11, they make a handy toolbox.

Create a virtual desktop

To create a new virtual desktop:

    Hover over or click on the “Task view” icon in your taskbar (it’s the one that looks like one square superimposed on another). Click on the “New desktop” thumbnail.

After clicking the “Task view” icon, you can create a new desktop.

You can also use key combination Win+Ctrl+D; in that case, you’ll immediately find yourself in your new desktop.

You can now place different apps in your separate desktops. Move from one desktop to the other by clicking the “Task view” icon. (You can also move around by using the familiar Alt-Tab key combination, which will take you to all the apps in one desktop and then to the apps in the next.)

To remove a desktop:

    Hover over or click the “Task view”icon. Hover over the virtual desktop you want to remove and click the “X” in the upper right corner.

Personalize your desktops

With Windows 11, you can now personalize your desktops, making it easier to dedicate each one to a separate function. There are several ways to do this.

Choose different wallpaper

You can have a different background for each virtual desktop. It’s quite simple:

    Click on the “Task view” icon in the taskbar. Right click on the desktop you want to change. Click on “Choose background.”

After clicking on the “Task view” icon in the taskbar, right-click on a desktop thumbnail to change its background.

This will bring you to the Personalization > Background page, where you can choose either an image for your background, a solid color, or arrange for a slideshow. You can then browse your photos for your choice of image(s) to use and decide the type of fit you want for your image (for example, you can tile or stretch image).

The Background page lets you use a preset background image or upload your own.

Your desktops will be automatically assigned the rather boring titles of “Desktop 1,” “Desktop 2,” etc. You can change that easily by giving each desktop a name.

    Click on or hover over the “Task view” icon. Click on the name of the desktop you want to change. Type in the new name.

After selecting the “Task view” icon, you can change the name of your desktops.

You may want to change the order of the desktops in order to make it easier to remember which to use when. This is also very simple.

    Click on or hover over the “Task view” icon. Click and hold on the desktop you want to move and drag it to its new position.

Change the order of your desktops by using click-and-drag.

If you are already using an app on one desktop and open it in another, you will be using a different version of that app — for example, you can use Chrome to look on one desktop and to do some work research on another. (Be aware that some apps may not work this way yet — for example, when I tried to open Notion in a second desktop, my computer jumped to the desktop where it was already open.)

While this is handy, you may want to run the same app with the same data in both — or all — of your desktops. (Note: this is not new to Windows 11, but it’s good to know.) To do this:

    Click on the “Task view” icon. Right-click on the app you want to use in the other desktop. Select “Show this window on all desktops” if you want to duplicate a single window from that app. Select “Show windows from this app on all desktops” if you want to duplicate any window that you use in that app.

Use “Show this window on all desktops” to use the same app and content in your other desktops.

When Microsoft finally added virtual desktop tư vấn to Windows 10, my productivity instantly skyrocketed. Virtual desktops create secondary (and tertiary, and..) home screens for your PC, each running instances of its own software, that you can quickly hop between. They’re one of the . But every time I profess my love for virtual desktops I inevitably get asked, “What do you use them for?”

I can only speak to my own experiences, of course. I like segregating my work software from my play software, to resist the allure of Discord and GeForce Now when I’m on the clock. Virtual desktops also come in handy if I’m working on several complicated projects once—each one gets its own desktop. But don’t just take my word for it! Buried deep in a revolving around using Win + Shift +  to shift windows between your monitors (), I found an where real people were sharing how they use virtual desktops.

Reddit user


kicked things off with a use case that mirrors my own. “[Virtual desktops aren’t] bad for focus if you’re disciplined about it, but I think it really shines when you have a multi-step project you’re working on that’s layout sensitive, or having to juggle a couple projects simultaneously.”


said using them should making running trực tuyến Dungeons & Dragons campaigns much easier, which


expanded on. “A lot of the time you have a ton of space being taken up by the actual trực tuyến D&D tool, but you can also set up a whole desktop of relevant documentation, notes, etc., that can come up a keypress, rather than shuffling windows. You could even stage documents for several encounters that way. Think of it as a way to very easily switch between groups of arranged windows.” IDG

Windows 10’s Task View: The top of the screen shows all your virtual desktops, the middle shows the apps running in the current desktop, and the bottom shows Timeline. (Click image to enlarge it.)

Now that’s practical—and damned helpful for overwhelmed DMs.


uses virtual desktops to segregate types of tools, rather than discrete projects. “I use multiple desktops to organize applications based on activity,” they wrote. “Communication (Teams, E-Mail, etc) on one desktop, coding on another (IDE, terminal, all the browser tabs), etc.”


breaks out virtual desktop when legal research gets too complex for their ultrawide monitor. “Maybe I’ll need to compare an old version of a statute with the new one or compare one regulation to another. That will go into side-by-side windows in a separate desktop,” they wrote. “Maybe I’ll also need to track down some case law. I’ll start a new desktop and start collecting. Depending on my needs, maybe I’ll segregate my jurisdiction’s cases in one browser window, other jurisdictions’ cases in another window, and maybe I’ll put some secondary resources (e.g., dictionaries, treatises) in a third window. And if there are multiple topics, I’ll often research them in separate desktops.”

So there you have it: Five different ways that five different users (including yours truly) get more done with virtual desktops. If you stew on it a bit you might just come up with a unique use case for your own particular work flow—and you might just be blown away by how much time and hassle this feature can save. Our guide to explains everything you need to know to get started, step-by-step and keyboard shortcut-by-keyboard shortcut. Enjoy your newfound productivity!



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