You can name your virtual desktops in Windows 10, thanks to user feedback

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User feedback is a great thing, isn’t it?  Especially when a company listens to its consumers.  Microsoft’s Windows Insider team sent out a tweet today informing Windows Insiders of the new ability to name your virtual desktops in Windows 10.  Granted, you must be using a build greater than 18963, which most of you probably are anyway.

In previous builds, when you clicked on tapped on the Task View button, you were allowed to create a new desktop without having the ability to name it.  By default, the name would be “Desktop 1” or “Desktop 2,” and so forth.  Not really all that personal.  With this new update, thanks to user feedback, Microsoft has added the ability to name those desktops.

Give it a shot if you haven’t already and share your thoughts in the comments below.  What other nifty features have you requested or hope to see in future builds of Windows 10?

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