Windows: The new multiple desktops feature in Windows 10 is as excellent as it is overdue. However, it would be nice if you could do things like give your desktop a name or see which desktop you're currently on. This AutoHotkey script does just that.
The script called Win 10 Virtual Desktop Enhancer is more useful than it is pithy. You can modify it to give your desktops a custom wallpaper and name each workspace something unique. You can also see a small indicator in your system tray that shows which workspace you're currently on, so you don't have to press Win+Tab to get the bird's-eye view just to orient yourself. You can check out the script on GitHub below.