How to Put Off-Screen Windows Back on the Desktop Mark Zamora April 5, 2012 Tip A Day 6 Comments 16 Shares Google+ 2 Twitter 9 Facebook 1 LinkedIn 4 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 16 Shares × Tip A Day #5 When you’re working with multiple monitors, sometimes windows can get lost in the shuffle – but here’s an easy way to bring them back. Requirements: This is for PC only guys, stay tuned for Mac tips! Step 1 Open desired window. Use Alt+Tab if needed to select the appropriate window through the menu system. Step 2 Use Alt+Tab to engage Move mode. Step 3 Use the arrow keys, either left, right, up or down until your window appears. Usually moving the mouse after pressing an arrow key will give you direct control over the window. And that’s it! What once was lost is now found again! Thanks for checking out Tip a Day! Learn something new every day! How do YOU do it? We want to hear from you! Send your tricks and suggestions for topics to: Google+ Twitter 16 Shares Google+ 2 Twitter 9 Facebook 1 LinkedIn 4 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 16 Shares × Our email robots can be trusted. Please add your name and email to get posts like these sent to your inbox Trusted Our email robots can be trusted. Please add your name and email to get posts like these sent to your inbox Email Frequency: Weekly Updates Daily Updates 6 Responses David April 10, 2012 Step 2 fail. alt-space-m Jim April 8, 2012 How about on a Mac Kevin April 5, 2012 Step 2 should say “Use Alt+Space+M to engage Move mode.” Shawn Weisfeld April 5, 2012 Great tip, as an alternative you can also: select the app in the task bar and then use the “windows” key and then right and left arrows and it will jump over instead of moving it pixel by pixel. Flemming April 5, 2012 That was actually very helpful.. I have been there, and didnt know what to do! Lisa Marie Mary April 5, 2012 Mark Z on the TV! Awesomesauce!!