The demand for multi-monitoring is new, it’s growing among the user. Especially if you are a creator then the necessity for more than one monitor/display is quite normal. Windows 10 has not done much to improve its multi-monitor experience in its active years. Microsoft has been getting a lot of requests for the past few years in Feedback Hub to work with its multi-monitor functioning. Gladly, Windows 11, which is releasing tomorrow (June 24), is finally bringing advanced multi-monitor settings.
The leak version of the Windows 11 build shows an option that allows the operating system to remember each window location based on the monitor connection. The earlier issue was that if you’ve Windows opened in multiple monitors & if the secondary monitors were disconnected then random windows or tabs would jampack all the opened apps on one of the monitors.
Windows 11 will solve the issue of window rearrangement with the “Remember window locations based on monitor connection” setting. Once a monitor is disconnected, instead of moving the program to the still plugged monitor, the OS will minimize the software to the tray.