How You Can Move a Window That is Off Screen?

If in case, the user has launched an app or program, but it’s running off-screen, and you don’t know the way to retrieve it. Hence, in this bog you will read how you can move a window that’s off-screen in Windows 10. For details or assistance, just contact to the Microsoft Support team via www.office.com/setup.

Method To Move a Window That is Off screen: www.office.com/setup

Find Windows Using Arrow and Shift Keys:

In this, method you have to use the left and right arrow keys from your keyboard just to move off-screen windows. First, you should launch the program or app if in case, it is not opened. Then, you should press the Shift key and then just right-click on the active program or app icon which is located on the taskbar. After this, you should select Move option from the pop-up menu. At the end, you have to press the left arrow or right arrow key till the program or the app displays on your computer screen.

Find Windows Using Arrow and Windows Keys:

In this, you have to launch the program or app if it is not opened. Then, you should select the active app or program icon which is located on the taskbar just to make it the current selection. After this, you should press the Windows key while pressing the left arrow or the right arrow key.

Find Windows Using Arrow Keys and Mouse:

You have to launch the program or app if in case, it’s not opened. Then, you should hover your mouse cursor over the active program or the app which is located on the taskbar till a thumbnail displays on your screen. After this, you should right-click on the thumbnail and then select Move option on the menu. Here, you should move the mouse cursor and then switched to a four-arrow “move” symbol which is in the middle of your screen. Then, you should use the left arrow or right arrow key just to move the missing window in the viewable area. Keep in mind, you can move your mouse if the missing window “sticks” to your pointer. At last, you should press Enter key.

Change Screen Resolution to Find a Lost Window:

First, you should right-click on the desktop. Then, you have to select Display settings which is on the menu. After this, you should select Display in the side panel and then choose one of the resolutions in the Advanced scaling settings section just to temporarily change the resolution till the program or app displays on your screen. Now, you have to use your mouse, just move the program or app to the center of your computer screen. At the end, you should change the screen resolution back to its original setting.

Unhide Windows With The Desktop Toggle:

In this, first you have to press the Windows key+D key at the same time. After this, all programs and apps appears on your computer screen. Now you should do it again, so that your missing windows should reappear.

Use Cascade to Arrange Window:

First, you should right-click on an empty space which is on the taskbar. After this, you should select Cascade windows. Now, the open windows are rearranged into a cascade with your missing windows.

The above method will help you to move a Window That is Off Screen. For assistance, the user can call the customer care of Microsoft Support team via www.office.com/setup.

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