If a window opens apparently outside of your screen area or can simply not maximize, you can under Windows (10, 8 & 7) also easily use a keyboard shortcut to move the windows and scale. With the keyboard shortcut but you can also increase productivity in typing, since one does not have to reach for the mouse to move a window.
Especially if you have connected your laptop to another monitor or projector, it can happen that the program window then still want to open there - even if the second screen is no longer connected. In that case you can move with the following key combinations your window back into view.More products on BestCheck.de
Windows: Move window with shortcuts
Whether its 10, 8.1 or 7 uses Windows, the following key combinations to move the window work with all current versions of Windows. First, however, the relevant window must be active / selected - even if it is located outside the screen area.
Click it in the system tray onto this program / window, so that it is selected. Alternatively, you can do it using the window selection with the key combination Alt + Tab Select. Uses then the following keyboard shortcuts to move the window or adjust accordingly:
|Windows window on the left and right attach / window by half a position in the appropriate direction to move|
|Move Windows window on the left and right monitor|
|Maximize Windows window|
|Decrease maximized Windows window / minimize Windows window|
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