Windows 10 adds support for virtual desktops, so you can keep your open apps better organized. For example, if you need to research travel plans for an upcoming business trip while at work, you could create a second virtual desktop that contains the apps you’re using to research and plan your trip.
Creating a new virtual desktop
To create one or more new virtual desktops:
Select New desktop near the lower-right corner of the screen.
Switch between virtual desktops
Select the thumbnail for the virtual desktop you want
Move an app from one virtual desktop to another
Point to the virtual desktop thumbnail containing the app you want to move. This action displays thumbnails for all open apps within that virtual desktop.
Right-click the thumbnail for the app you want to move.
Select Move to, and then select the virtual desktop into which you want to move the app.
Close a virtual desktop
Point to the thumbnail for the virtual desktop you want to close, and then select the Close button that appears in the upper-right corner of the thumbnail.
NOTE: When you close a virtual desktop containing open apps, those apps are moved into the virtual desktop that you created most recently.