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or - Users of Linux and OS X benefit from having the ability to create and utilize multiple virtual desktops to use throughout the day. These desktops can allow the user to keep more programs open without cluttering the workspace, as well as separate programs that don't need to be displayed together. Some applications exist consistently across all of the virtual desktops, while others exist within a certain space. Believe it or not, there are several ways to do this in Windows, though support isn't necessarily bundled with the operating system itself. Here are two solutions that will allow you to create multiple virtual workspaces within Windows. You can watch the entire live TLDR episode here: http