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- Published: 09 Nov 2022
Using multiple monitors is great—once you try it, you never want to go back. However, there are times that Windows will still act as though you’re using an additional monitor even when you aren’t. This can make your application windows inaccessible.
Let’s go over how you can retrieve them.
How to Get Your Windows Back on Your Display
The process to do this is really quite simple:
- Right-click on the Windows taskbar and, from the pop-up menu that appears, select Cascade windows.
- Holding the Shift key, right-click on the application’s icon in the Taskbar.
- A new pop-up will appear, where you should select Move.
- This will allow you to move the window using the arrow keys.
We hope this helps you deal with this frustrating situation. Don’t forget, we’re here to assist you and your business with any IT questions you have. Learn more about what we’ll do for you by calling 855-405-8889.