Windows 10: Hey, I know you are normally using 3 screens, that's why I put program X on screen 3 like always.
Me: But today I'm using only two screens, where is the window?
W10: What do you mean? It's on screen 3.
Me: Why don't you put it on one of the real screens I have?
@janj press alt-space, click 'move window' (or how it's called) and use your arrow keys, if you move your mouse then the window will be attached to your mouse.
Reminds me of the several times I "forgot" my browser on the TV when I used Win7 some years ago. But as it usually was maximised, I mostly could catch it blind without starting the TV..
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