As a multi-tasking OS, Windows® allows you running multiple programs simultaneously. As a result you have a few windows open at any time. But when working with lots of applications, your desktop can easily become overcrowded. Actual Virtual Desktops will help you resolve this problem. You can allocate and classify all of your windows by moving them to virtual desktops.
Actual Virtual Desktops provides a "virtual" space as if you have several logical monitors instead of a single physical one. You can extend the real estate of the workspace and move a window from virtual desktop 1 to virtual desktop 2 etc. (the actual number of virtual desktops is not limited!).
Actual Virtual Desktops optimizes the work with several tasks and you get a quick access to all launched applications thus reducing the single-desktop clutter.
Create one virtual desktop solely for watching video files and listening music, another one - for chatting or reading books, put your email client and browser windows on another and your text editor and debugger on a fourth one etc. Each virtual desktop - for a separate task. In such a way switching between desktops means switching between tasks.
Actual Virtual Desktops makes it possible to see applications' windows needed for accomplishing the required task. Need to solve another task - simply switch to another virtual desktop with the already prepared windows for it.
Never minimize any of the applications, never close any of them. When you switch virtual desktops, all running Windows® programs just disappear from the screen and from the taskbar, but they are right there waiting when you switch back to a separate screen.