Use Your FREE Virtual Monitors in Windows 10

People who have bought second and third monitors, and figured out how to set up and configure them, can vouch for the resulting productivity boost. You can dedicate each screen to kind of program or a different program. Screen 1 might contain your email and chat windows by arranging the way you like them. Screen 2 can hold Photoshop with the palettes carefully arrayed and an open document. On Screen 3: your Web browser.

You can set up an unlimited number of virtual monitors simulated ones in Windows 10. Normally, attaching  so many screens to a single computer would be a massively expensive proposition, not to mention detrimental to your living space and personal relationships. On concord, virtual ones are free and very compact.

Enter Task View to set up screens. Tap New Desktop. You now have two “screens” as you can see at the bottom. Tap New Desktop again for a third screen and so on.

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Move your cursor to the first one as the “cards” representing all your open programs appear. Drag the miniatures of your open apps onto the corresponding desktops.

Tap the real desktop or any of the miniatures to exit Task View.

Now you’ve got two monitors or more. Hold on three keys simultaneously. Control, Windows key, and the left or right arrow key. This is like changing the channel. You rotate to the previous or next desktop.

Re-enter Task View when you have had enough. Point to one of your desktop icons and tap its X close button. All of its open app windows pile up on the desktop to their left.

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