We have all experienced the random teleporting of windows around the screen after disconnecting/connecting a monitor. It is a minor annoyance but an annoyance nonetheless. This app will help your windows stay where you left them.
RestoreWindowPos was made to fix this by detecting when a display is connected/disconnected and then restoring the windows to their last known positions on that display.
RestoreWindowPos is still actively being developed, and you may get a glitch here and there, but during our testing, it worked nicely.
Snapshots are taken every 30 seconds (with options for various different intervals) Remembers window sizes and positions and restores them when monitors are connected/disconnected Can restore snapped windows Can restore past snapshots (remembers up to 10 unique layouts) Easy-to-use installer that registers the program as a startup task Snapshots can be paused and resumed
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