Offscreen Window - Move Back to Desktop
How to Move Offscreen Window Back to the Desktop in Windows 7 and Windows 8
Published by Brink
31 Mar 2010
|05 Jan 2011||#9|
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Sorry but IMO this is wrong:
If Move is grayed out, then that means that the offscreen window has been minimized to the taskbar. Click on Maximize and repeat step 2 to now be able to click on Move.
If Move is grayed out, then that means that the offscreen window has been minimized to the taskbar or maximized to full screen. To move a window, it must be restored to non-full screen mode. Click on Restore and repeat step 2 to now be able to click on Move.
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