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Tip #3. Windows 10 - Multiple Desktops


In Windows 10 you can create multiple desktops; making it easier for Magnifier users to switch between applications to work on multiple documents simultaneously. You can move easily and seamlessly between the desktops to view magnified content on each, without the need to scroll through using ALT+TAB as in previous versions.

Windows 10 showing multiple desktops.

To create a new desktop: CTRL + WINDOWS KEY + D

To move to the next/righthand desktop: CTRL + WINDOWS KEY + RIGHT ARROW 

To move to the previous/lefthand desktop: CTRL + WINDOWS KEY + LEFT ARROW 

To close the current desktop: CTRL + WINDOWS KEY + F4


Read the SuperNova and Windows 10 FAQs


 

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