I just bought a new laptop. I've done all the windows updates and it's now at build 15063.

ctrl+win+left/right changes the virtual desktop as expected.
ctrl+win+shift+left/right is supposed to move the current window to the next desktop, but it behaves as if I've pressed Win+arrows (snapping the window).

The keyboard supports n key rollover, so all the keypresses are being registered and sent to windows properley.

  • 15063 is 1703 not 1709 by the way – Ramhound Dec 20 '17 at 6:21
  • yeah, windows update just found 1709 and is sloooowly downloading it now. Either way, 15063 should still have that shortcut, right? – Blaine Dec 20 '17 at 6:24

There is currently no shortcut for this, see this post.

Win+Tab and then use the mouse to move the window to the wanted desktop is the best solution for now.

Other new shortcuts are in this post.

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  • That's from August 2015. Maybe out of date? There is most definitly a win+ctrl+shift+arrow. Works on my old laptop – Blaine Dec 20 '17 at 6:32
  • Oh wait, nevermind, I'm stupid. I've been using Linux for too long. You are correct, that shortcut never existed in Windows – Blaine Dec 20 '17 at 6:37

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