How to Fix Windows not Remembering Window Positions and Sizes?Blog
If you’re using Windows and you’ve noticed that it’s not remembering window positions and sizes, there are a few things you can do to fix the problem. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to fix Windows not remembering window positions and sizes. We’ll also provide some tips on how to avoid the problem in the future.
If you’re finding that Windows isn’t remembering the positions and sizes of your windows, there are a few things you can do to fix the problem.
First, try closing all your open windows and restarting your computer. This may fix the problem if it’s simply a glitch.
If that doesn’t work, you can try resetting the Windows Explorer settings. To do this, press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog, type ” explorer.exe /reset” and press Enter. This will reset all your Windows Explorer settings, so you may need to customize them again afterwards.
If neither of those solutions work, you may need to delete your temporary files. Temporary files can sometimes cause problems with window positions and sizes. To delete your temporary files, open the Start menu and search for “Disk Cleanup”. Select the option to clean up system files and check the box for “Temporary files”. Click OK to delete the files.
Hopefully one of these solutions will fix the problem and Windows will start remembering your window positions and sizes again.
Why is this happening?
It’s likely that this is happening because your computer is not set to remember window positions and sizes. To fix this, you’ll need to adjust your computer’s settings.
First, open the Control Panel. You can do this by pressing the Windows key + R, then typing “control” into the Run dialog that appears. In the Control Panel, go to the “Appearance and Personalization” section.
Next, click on the “Display” link. In the Display settings window, scroll down to the “Show selection handles for objects on the desktop” section. Make sure that the “Remember each folder’s view settings” option is checked.
Finally, click on the “Apply” button at the bottom of the window to save your changes. Your computer should now remember the window positions and sizes for all of your programs.
What are some possible solutions?
There are a few possible solutions to this problem. One is to adjust the settings in Windows so that it does remember window positions and sizes. Another is to use a third-party program that can help manage window positions and sizes. Finally, you can simply manually adjust the position and size of your windows each time you open them.
How to prevent this from happening again?
There are a few things you can do to prevent Windows from forgetting your window positions and sizes. First, make sure that you have the latest updates for Windows installed. Often, updates will include fixes for common issues like this.
Second, try to avoid using programs that automatically change your screen resolution or size. If you must use them, make sure to set your windows back to their original positions and sizes before you close them.
Third, create a restore point in Windows before making any major changes to your system. That way, if something does go wrong, you can restore your system to a previous working state.
Finally, if you find that your window positions and sizes are still being forgotten after taking these steps, you may need to create a new user account in Windows. Sometimes, user accounts can become corrupted and cause issues like this. Creating a new account can often fix these problems.
What to do if the problem persists?
If the problem persists, you can try resetting the Windows Explorer settings. To do this, go to the Control Panel and search for “Folder Options.” Once in the Folder Options window, go to the View tab and click the “Reset Folder Views” button. This will reset all of the Windows Explorer settings back to their defaults. If this doesn’t fix the problem, you can try restoring your computer to a previous restore point.
Windows not remembering window positions and sizes can be frustrating, but there are a few things you can do to fix the problem. First, try resetting your display settings. If that doesn’t work, you can try manually editing the registry. Finally, if all else fails, you can try using a third-party utility to manage your windows.