Sorry for the long response delay. When I open Google Chrome, the window migrates down and to the right. Not while I'm watching, but incrementally as I close and open different pages. It's now about 1" down and 1" to the right. It returns to normal when I maximize. But then it wants to migrate again.I'm not likely to be of much help, but....
In order for anyone to formulate a response, more information is needed.
You've told us what "they" don't do "do not stay centered", and that's understood.
What do they do???
Do they slowly creep while they have focus (while you are looking at and working in the window)? Or while they are an inactive window?
Is the creep consistently left or right or up or down.
Do they snap to a screen edge or corner?
Does it happen after they are restored after having been minimized to the taskbar?
Is this consistent across all application, native 32 bit applications like notepad, wordpad and paint, or Windows Universal Apps like mail, people, photos, or third party applications including web browsers?
Are you opening "different pages" in new tabs, within the same tab OR in a new window. IF you choose to open a link in a new window it is the default behavior of Chrome to open that new window over-top the existing window and slightly down and right of the previous window in a cascade fashion.Not while I'm watching, but incrementally as I close and open different pages.
I have to admit to being overwhelmed by the tech replies. I'm not too comp literate, so I'll have to take a few days to observe and get back to you on the solutions.Attend to the information given by other members above, but....
Just for my own information, is this a laptop with a touchpad or a desktop with a USB connected mouse and keyboard.
Additionally, you point out that this is a Windows 7 machine, which suggests that it's been around a while.
Did this problem just suddenly materialize out of nowhere?
AND you mentioned specifically "Chrome" but neglected to say if other applications are behaving the same.
Are you opening "different pages" in new tabs, within the same tab OR in a new window. IF you choose to open a link in a new window it is the default behavior of Chrome to open that new window over-top the existing window and slightly down and right of the previous window in a cascade fashion.
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