Windows 10 is the first version of Windows which includes the virtual desktops feature natively, so there's no need to use any third party app for basic virtual desktops functionality. In Windows 10, this feature is called "Task View". The user can manage windows and apps between virtual desktops using a special button on the taskbar. However, the keyboard is another more effective and productive alternative to the mouse. You can save a lot of time by managing virtual desktops with hotkeys. Here is a list of hotkeys which can be used with Task View in Windows 10.
Windows 10 comes with a brand new feature - virtual desktops. For users of Mac OS X or Linux, this feature is not spectacular or exciting, but for casual PC users who have used Windows only since eternity, it is a step forward. The ability to have multiple desktops exists in Windows since Windows 2000 at the API level. Several third party apps have used those APIs to provide virtual desktops, but Windows 10 has made this feature available out-of-the-box in a useful way. To manage virtual desktops, Windows 10 offers the Task View feature. Here is an overview of the multiple desktops feature called Task View.