Microsoft’s virtual desktops are one of the of the more unique features of Windows 10–a quick way to organize “screens” of apps that you can switch to back and forth. Rearranging them has always been a pain, but a new drag-and-drop feature, hopefully that problem will go away.
Microsoft said it’s expedited the ability to drag and drop windows between virtual desktops, eliminating the clunky keyboard shortcuts that Windows 10 currently forces one to use. Why this matters: Virtual desktops are handy tools for those with just a single monitor. If you have more than one monitor, you might have a chat app snapped alongside email and Twitter, while your main screen is devoted to a Web browser or presentation software.