Task View brings multitasking to a whole new level in Windows 10. The Task View window management feature in Windows 10 allows you to see all your opened windows so you can quickly return to a specific program or document. Task View also introduces Timeline, which works like a time machine allowing you to resume activities that you’re working in the past on the same or different PC using a Microsoft account. In a nutshell, Task View is a task switcher and virtual desktop system introduced in Windows 10. Keyboard Shortcuts to Task View is a blessing for the users who love to work with the Virtual desktops on Windows 10. As you may have already guessed by now, there are dozens of keyboard shortcuts for Windows Task View and Timeline. Here are some of the keyboard shortcuts for Windows Task View:
Virtual Desktop Shortcuts
Win+Tab: Press Windows + Tab simultaneously on your keyboard to instantly access the Task View screen on your computer or device. The second time, you press the same key, you return back to your native desktop.
Win+Ctrl+D: You can create a new virtual desktop with the keyboard shortcut. The number of time you press the shortcut the number of desktops will be added.
Win + Ctrl+Right arrow: Move to the next virtual desktop (to the right). As many time you press the key combination, number of times you get access to the desktops in sequence.
Windows key+Ctrl+Left arrow: Move to the previous virtual desktop (to the left). As many time you press the key combination, number of times you get access to the desktops in sequence.
Alt + Tab: This key combination display the recent windows and switch to the alternate application.
Alt + F4: As usual shortcut it works to close the currently running Virtual desktops.
Win + Ctrl + F4: Close the current virtual desktop.
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