task view windows 10

Use your Windows 10 Task view to access to all open apps and programs


Today I’m going to show you how to use the Windows 10 specific task view. You will be able to view all of your apps open and what is actually open in these apps.

When you open programs or apps you see them appear at the bottom on the Task bar, their icons are active and can be clicked. All of them are opened right now and you can switch through all of these and check out what’s opened.

But there’s one more easy way to view apps in a much clearer view which called Task view.

To get to the Task view use the button down in the Taskbar.

task view button windows 10

When you click it what it does is takes all applications regardless to whether they full screen or minimized, whether they half-screen or full screen etc.

You can see what’s going on in the software right now and quickly switch between the programs, you can jump between them or even close them.

windows 10 task view

Task view gives you a good idea of exactly which app opened and what’s happening there. You can view apps in miniature and choose the page you want.

Add the task view button on the taskbar

If you want to add task bar view you need to:

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Go down to Taskbar = > right click on it => check Show Task View Button.

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And you can also use your keyboard. Press Windows + Tab keys and that brings up Task view for you.


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