As a matter of fact you automatically have Mac spaces set up on your computer when you get it. If you press your F3 button, you will instantly be able to see which windows you have open.
To Add a new space mover your cursor to the top right of you desktop screen. Hold your cursor there for a few moments until a plus sign + appears. Click to add a new space. You will see them form a row at the top of the screen.
To Delete a space just hover your cursor over the one you wish to remove until a little black cross appears. Click on this and the space will disappear for good.
To rearrange the spaces just treat them like apps. Click, hold and drag move and them drop them in the desired place.
How to Customise Mac Spaces on OS X Mavericks
If you wish to customise your spaces further you may need to pay a visit to your Mission Control, follow these steps to get there…
1.) The first step is to click on the mini Apple icon lurking in the top left of your tool bar.
2.) A drop down dialogued menu will appear. Go ahead and select ‘System Preferences’.
3.) From the pop up window select the little back square icon titled ‘Mission Control”.
4.) Inside the Mission Control window you will be presented with some check box options, as shown in the picture. Go ahead and mark or unmarked which ever option suit your needs.
Interesting note – You may know already that you can have several different desktops on your Mac, perhaps one for pleasure and one for work. Each of these desktops can have their own set of spaces. To get to them simply press the F3 button whenever you are on one of the desktops.