Make Multiple Windows Open in the Same Spot, Not Cascading


  1. Posts : 108
    Windows 7 and 10
       #1

    Make Multiple Windows Open in the Same Spot, Not Cascading


    I'm using Windows 10 Pro 22H2.

    I see, from another thread, that an unspecified registry tweak will control whether a command to open multiple text files in Notepad will open them all in the same spot, or will instead open them in cascading form (i.e., each new one opens at a place located a bit down and to the right of the previous one).

    I have a related preference. I use Everything to find files. Today, I used it to find a number of .eml files with a certain type of filename. I selected those files, in Everything, and hit Enter. Thunderbird is my default email program. So each of those emails opened in a cascading array of Thunderbird windows.

    I would have preferred to see them all open in the same spot, one exactly on top of another. Is there a way to arrange that?
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  2. Posts : 4,824
    Windows 11 Pro 64 Bit 22H2
       #2

    You can open Thunderbird Emails using separate Tabs in one place Thunderbird Features — Thunderbird
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  3. Posts : 2,971
    Windows 10 Pro for the Bro
       #3

    Check out the last three pictures; FancyZones. This may be something you can try out:
    How to Always Make Windows Open at the Same Place on Your Screen
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