How to Rename Virtual Desktops in Windows 10

How to Rename Virtual Desktops in Windows 10

Task View is a virtual desktop manager in Windows 10, allowing you to quickly switch between all open applications on multiple virtual desktops. Virtual desktop makes it possible to create multiple virtual desktops on your PC without having to create additional user accounts, in (the virtual desktop 1 ) you can open music or video programs, in (the virtual desktop 2) you will have open excel programs and so consecutively in each desk it will be possible to open different programs without the one interfering with the other. With Windows 10 2004 build number has received an option to rename a virtual desktop.

Renaming Virtual Desktops

1- Open Task View by clicking the Task View icon in the taskbar or pressing WIN+Tab.

2- Select the New Desktop or Just click the name of each virtual desktop at the top of the Task View interface and it should become editable, now type a new name.

How to Rename Virtual Desktops in Windows 10

Alternatively, right-click the desktop thumbnail and a context menu will appear with a Rename entry. Input whatever name you’d like, and press enter.

That’s all

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2 thoughts on “How to Rename Virtual Desktops in Windows 10”

    • @Preben Grahl

      Hi, Preben: This feature is only available on windows 10 2004 , please check your windows version with winver command


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