Are you fond of operating multiple monitors simultaneously? The use of more than two tabs at a time has become an incredibly popular feature of Windows 11. The major issue with Windows 10 multi-window feature was of losing the position of tabs. Rapid Hot Plug Detect interference results in the misarrangement of tabs while the computer is in sleep mode.
Windows 11 System Requirements are slightly different. That is because Microsoft has added several new features to Windows 11 operating system. One of them will help your computer remember window locations that are based on the monitor connection. This post is all about how to enable and disable the Remember window location feature on Windows 11.
The multiple windows reduce the size of the window which may not be the choice of every user. Therefore, Remember window location is an optional feature like Snap Layout, which helps in saving the pre-determined position of windows on your computer display.
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Enable or disable Remember window location on Windows 11
To enable the Remember window locations based on monitor connection feature on Windows 11, follow the below suggestions:
- Open the Windows Settings.
- Select System
- Click on Display.
- Check the box next to the Remember window locations based on monitor connection option to enable remember windows location.
- If you want to disable this option, simply uncheck the Remember window locations based on monitor connection option
Let’s now see the above steps in detail:
Make Windows remember window position on Multiple Monitors
To get it started, open the Settings app first. For this, click on the Start button, type Settings, and press Enter.
Inside the Settings app, open the System category and then click the Display tab, available in the left pane.
Now move to the right pane, scroll a bit and you will find a Multiple displays section.
Check the box next to the Remember window locations based on monitor connection option to enable remember windows location.
If you’re not interested in this, untick the Remember window locations based on monitor connection box.
Optionally you may also toggle the Minimize windows when a monitor is disconnected option.
This post will show you how to show Taskbar across multiple monitors in Windows 11.
That’s it. Hope you find this article helpful.
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