Not sure whether a query or some shared insight here. Are you tapping the value of MDs or is it a matter of realising the value the Feature can be?
The ability to have Multiple Desktops can be a real asset and serve you well & be very kewl & helpful... helpful in the sense of organization & structure... can keep things neat & tidy OR not cluttered, not homogenised, not w/ a plethora of varied, unrelated stuff all clustered in one same place.
Can have a browser window in every one. Can have various APPs & or applications in each one. Can scan & select everything across all Desktops via Alt+Tab. The Taskbar is accessible in every one. And the Taskbar can display what is going on w/ all Desktops or each respective Desktop individually.
Anyway, some may not realise how the concept can be make things pleasant, slick & sensible. Related things can be grouped in one Desktop not, w/ anything that, really, does belong (there). 1 maybe a sort of basic 'hub'... Home Page, E-mail, Skype, Calendar, Weather... another all fun, entertainment, recreation... another for hobby interests... one for business concerns... it is only limited by one's imagination. And one can create an limitless number.
I have used the Feature, peculiar to Windows 10 ever since last September and it sure beats having everything ALL in one same Desktop, all on the same screen. It affords the "A place for everything & everything in its place" approach. Bit like having different rooms in a house for different things.
Bit of a trick to have the browser window in more than one Desktop but, once one knows how it's quick & easy.
If you have not delved into this kewl Feature much, yet, it is worth it. If you'd like a wee bit of instruction or guidance, don't hesitate to ask. I'd be very glad to assist.