How to Move a Window to Another Monitor – A Step-By-Step Guide

Do you have multiple monitors set up and want to move a window from one to the other? Or maybe you want to move a window to a different monitor when you plug in an external display? Whatever the reason, Windows 10 makes it easy to move a window to another monitor. Here’s how.

First, make sure that the window you want to move is open on the desktop. If it’s minimized, you can restore it by clicking the taskbar icon. Once the window is open, press and hold the Alt key on your keyboard, then press the spacebar. This will open the window menu. Use the arrow keys to select Move, then press Enter.

Now that the Move option is selected, press any of the arrow keys on your keyboard. The window will move in that direction. To move the window to another monitor, just keep pressing the arrow key in the direction of the other monitor until the window appears on it. You can also use the mouse to click and drag the window to the other monitor.

If you want to move the window back to the original monitor, just press the Esc key on your keyboard. This will cancel the move operation and the window will stay where it is. That’s all there is to it!

Moving a window to another monitor is a simple process that can come in handy in a variety of situations. Whether you’re using multiple monitors or just want to move a window to a different display, it only takes a few seconds to do. Give it a try the next time you need to move a window and see how easy it is.

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