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?
W10: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

When minimizing program X it even shows me the animation of putting in the taskbar / restoring it to the "right" screen 3.

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@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.

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