Windows have countless handy features and the ability to use dual desktops is one of them. However, this can land you in some trouble as not being able to look for the other screen. in case you are facing the issue as well, then follow the given steps.

Source:-How to Bring Off-Screen Window Back Onto Screen

Searching Windows with Arrow and Shift button

  1. Firstly, go to an application.
  2. Then, tap on the Shift button.
  3. Next, you need to do a right-click on the running application symbol given on the taskbar.
  4. After that, choose Move. It will be located in the pop-up menu.
  5. Lastly, tap on any of the side arrow keys till the application one more time gets displayed.

Searching Windows with Arrow and Windows button

  1. Firstly, go to the application.
  2. Then, choose the running application or else program symbol. It will be situated on the taskbar.
  3. After that, you need to do a long press on the Windows button simultaneously with any one side arrow button.

Searching Windows with arrow buttons and mouse

  1. Firstly, go to the application.
  2. Then, put the mouse cursor over the running application situated on the taskbar till the thumbnail gets displayed.
  3. Next, you need to do a right-click on the thumbnail.
  4. After that, choose Move. It will be located on the menu.
  5. Next, start moving the mouse cursor presently changed to a four arrow ‘move’ symbol-mid of the display.
  6. Then, you need to use any of the side Arrow buttons for moving the window that is moving to the displaying location.
  7. Lastly, tap on the Enter button.

Changing screen resolution for searching Window

  1. Firstly, do a right-click on the screen.
  2. Then, choose ‘Display Settings.’ It will be located on the menu.
  3. Next, choose the Display resolution pull-down menu.
  4. After that, you need to change the resolution temporarily till the application gets displayed.
  5. Then, you need to move the application at the mid of the display with the help of the mouse.
  6. Lastly, you need to change the screen resolution return to its original settings.

Arrange the Windows with Cascade

  1. Firstly, do a right-click in an available empty area on the taskbar.
  2. Then, choose Cascade windows.
  3. Note that the launched windows would have been again arranged to a cascade.

Finally, the user shall be able to view the lost window.

Moving the Off-Screen Window in Mac

Changing the Resolution

  1. Firstly, press on the Apple symbol. It will be located in the upper left-hand side corner.
  2. Then, press on the System Preferences.
  3. After that, tap on Displays.
  4. Next, tap on the radio option after the Scaled.
  5. After that, select a smaller resolution.
  6. Then, press on OK.

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