It’d been a long time since Microsoft made any meaningful changes to the way users organize apps running in the Desktop. In Windows 8 about the only thing users can do is keep switching from app to app for different tasks. In Windows 10 users can organize tasks based on different activities. For example, you could have one screen open that holds all the personal stuff you’re working on – booking trips and making hotel reservations and then another that has your work email. At anytime you can switch to an app or you can press the new button on the taskbar and access all the apps you have open for work. It’s a better way to keep your apps organized for sure.