Window went off the screen.

You can ignore this. I fixed it myself right after posting.
I used the "move" command that is in the right click menu for every open window, on the taskbar.



I am running Windows 7 64Bit

I wanted to view 2 Windows Explorer windows side by side.

When I pulled a window to the left it went completely off the screen.
Now all Windows Explorer windows open off screen.
Their Icons are present in the taskbar, but I can't get them to open on screen.

How Can I restore this program's windows to normal?

(I have already tried changing resolutions, have tried to cascade windows, stack windows, etc.)

Thanks
 

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Last updated June 18, 2019 Views 35,789 Applies to:
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Hello itisonlyi,

Thank you for visiting the Microsoft Answers Community.

Using the keyboard this can be accomplished by the following:

Press ALT + Space > press M > use the arrow keys to move the window to the appropriate position.

Hope this helps
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