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Using several monitors while at work can be extremely advantageous. Once you try it, you will most likely never want to go back. However, there are times that Windows might still act as though you are using an additional monitor even when you aren’t. This can cause inaccessibility to your application windows, making it difficult to be productive and efficient in the workplace. 

Continue reading to learn how you can retrieve your off screen windows back on screen.

How to Get Your Windows Back on Your Display

The process to complete this is actually very easy. The first step you need to do is Right-click on the Windows taskbar. A pop up menu will then appear and you will need to select Cascade windows. While holding the Shift key, right-click on the application’s icon in the Taskbar. A new pop up will then appear. You will then select the Move option. This will allow you to move the window using the arrow keys on your keyboard.

And that’s it! Very simple and easy to do. 

We hope this helps you retrieve your off screen apps back on screen. Please remember that we, at AE Technology Group, are always here to assist you and your company with any IT questions you may have. To learn more about what we can do for your business, please contact us today at (516) 536-5006.

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