How to Move a Window That Is Off-Screen
If you have ever accidentally moved a window off-screen, you know how frustrating it can be trying to get it back. Fortunately, there are several easy ways to move a window that is off-screen.
1. Use the keyboard
The fastest way to move a window that is off-screen is to use your keyboard. First, select the window by clicking on its icon in the taskbar. Then press the Alt key and the Spacebar key at the same time. This will bring up the window menu. Use the arrow keys to select “Move” and press Enter. Now you can use the arrow keys to move the window back onto the screen.
2. Use the mouse
If you prefer to use your mouse, there is another simple way to move a window that is off-screen. First, select the window by clicking on its icon in the taskbar. Then press and hold the Shift key and right-click on the icon. This will bring up a menu that includes the option to “Move”. Click on this option and then use your mouse to drag the window back onto the screen.
3. Use the keyboard shortcut
If you are using a Windows computer, you can also use a keyboard shortcut to move a window that is off-screen. Press and hold the Windows key and then press the arrow key in the direction you want to move the window (left, right, up or down). The window will snap to the edge of the screen in that direction, and you can then use the arrow keys to move it back onto the screen.
4. Use a third-party tool
If these methods don’t work or you find them too complicated, you can also use third-party tools to move a window that is off-screen. These tools allow you to easily drag the window back onto the screen. One popular tool is called “WindowPad” and it is available for free on the internet.
In conclusion, if you accidentally move a window off-screen, don’t panic. There are several easy ways to move it back onto the screen. You can use the keyboard, mouse, keyboard shortcut, or a third-party tool. Choose the method that works best for you and get your window back on track.