It happens all the time. You change your multi-monitor configuration in some way and now there is a window unreachable off the side of the screen. Way out in right field your Skype buddy list is napping, or even your web browser. This is because applications try to be intelligent and remember their last location for next time they are used.
The first step to resolution is admitting you have a problem. You open a new web browser and it is nowhere to be found. But you can see it in the task bar. Clicking on it multiple times you can see it restore with a ghostly visual queue that it is going up and to the right where your monitor used to be. Aha! Now you know where the little devil is, you can begin the work to reeling it back in. Right click on it in the task bar and select â€œMoveâ€. This allows you to move the window using your arrow keys.
But what if you do not have a move option? No problem. Alt+Tab till the desired window is selected, Alt+Space Bar, then press â€œMâ€ for move, Press â€œEnterâ€ when the window is finally in view. This works for Skype and many other programs which strip the â€œMoveâ€ option from the task bar menu.