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posted on December 10th 2013, at 08:58
by lunarg
If for some reason a program window has wondered partially or completely off-screen, there are a few ways to get them back.

If you're running Windows 7 or newer, you can use the Windows key + an arrow key to align the window to a certain part of the screen the window is supposed to be on. This can also be used to reclaim your window, and get it back on the screen.

First, make sure the proper window or desktop app is activated by activating it on the task bar (click the corresponding button). Now, use either Windows + left arrow or Windows + right arrow to align the window to the left or right side of the screen, bringing it back entirely on the visible desktop. To give the window ba  ...

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