How to create a new virtual desktop in Windows 10 by CMD?

Windows 10 is probably the best operating system today, thanks to a lot of new features that have been put in place and that gave a twist to what Windows had been showing. One of these functions is virtual desktops, so the question is, can a new virtual desktop be created in Windows 10 by CMD?

For those who do not know what CMD is, it is basically the box where commands are inserted in Windows, which has been present since the first versions of Microsoft’s Windows operating system and which allows various actions to be carried out when commands are applied to it.

For example, find the Windows server product key and have a notion about what it is, what it is for and how many versions of Windows Server there are.

Create a new virtual desktop in Windows 10 by CMD

The first and foremost thing is to answer the question with which it started, and the answer is no. Of course you can create virtual desktops thanks to the new features of Windows 10 but not through commands with CMD.

So although you cannot do it with this, you will learn to create virtual desktops today and in less than 10 minutes. The first thing to know is that there are two different ways to achieve this goal.

The second thing you should know is that the reason why desktops can be created is the new option called “Task View” . This is good to mention because the number one way to create virtual desktops is through this option.

 

First go to the taskbar and press the “Task View” icon , this is next to Cortana. This will display a list where the option “New desktop” is located, click there and a window will automatically be created with the name desktop 2.

If you click on the desktop you can open the applications you want within it completely independently (to create more you just have to do the same).

To see all your desktops you have to click “Task View” again, and it will show you each one of them in a thumbnail. That way you can now manage your activities better and despite not being able to create a new virtual desktop in Windows 10 by CMD, you can still enjoy this function.

Method 2: From the keyboard

The second method is much simpler and faster, you just have to use the following combination: Windows start button + CTRL + D , this will immediately create a new virtual desktop, but to see it in miniature you still have to go to “Task View ”.

Delete desktops

You already know that you cannot create a new virtual desktop in Windows 10 by CMD, and you also learned how to create them quickly. But, now you will see how to eliminate them. The first thing is to select the option “Task View” again.

After the desktop thumbnails appear, hover your mouse over the one you want to delete, this will make an X appear above the thumbnail, click there and that’s it.

 

What good are desks?

The reality is that the desk is like the head, it contains everything you need neat or messy. This allows you to create the shortcuts of the applications you use the most and also create the folders to save the information. However, from time to time they fill up, making them difficult to navigate.

For this, the function placed by Windows, since, in each virtual desktop you can save different things independent of the original desktop, as well as customize each one as you want and as best suits you, for example: one for video games, another only for work and so on, allowing you to organize yourself better.

Lastly, while it is a shame that you can’t create a new virtual desktop in Windows 10 by CMD, there is no reason to stop doing it with the more options you learned today, so have fun and customize!

 

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