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Windows 11 22H2 breaks right click move options for off-screen windows.

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Windows always had a tendency to loose windows. And since at least windows XP I always used the right click move + arrows trick to get them back.

 

It seems the latest 22H2 build broke that functionality.

 

I found a good instruction set for this functionality: https://10scopes.com/move-a-window-that-is-off-screen-on-windows-11/

And unfortunately nothing works. If I use any key in combination the right click gives no results.

 

The only way that did work was changing resolutions, or in my case simply moving a monitor with multiple monitors reset the windows after applying.

 

Does anybody know of any other way for the move options to work since the update?

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best response confirmed by Mchael E (Brass Contributor)
Solution

As outlined in that site and from another thread, Alt + Space + M, then arrow keys to lock to cursor and then you can move the mouse. This works to move the window. So for now it is a workable solution.

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best response confirmed by Mchael E (Brass Contributor)
Solution

As outlined in that site and from another thread, Alt + Space + M, then arrow keys to lock to cursor and then you can move the mouse. This works to move the window. So for now it is a workable solution.

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