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NVIDIA GPU Activity Window Can't Be Moved!

Ever since I learned that I can enable the "Display GPU Activity Icon in Notification Area" within "NVIDIA Control Panel", I've been enjoying seeing what games run on my GeForce GTX 660M graphics card to diagnose any performance problems. "NVIDIA GPU Activity" window doesn't let you move it, which is disappointing when some of us have multiple monitors. It's kind of hard to diagnose a problem when your full-screen games block the "NVIDIA GPU Activity" window. In the past, I've been able to move the window to another screen using AutoHotkey. But ever since I upgraded to NVIDIA Graphics Driver 399.07, even AutoHotkey can't move it any more.

It really baffles me why NVIDIA would program the "NVIDIA GPU Activity" to stay in one place. But such is the case at this time. Anyone figure out a way to move it? Please let me know.

FidoMushu
Mon, 03 Sep 2018 20:41:54 -0700

I just found a work around. You can press Alt-Space to bring up the window menu. Then select "Move" to move the window with the cursor key. Not the most desirable method, but it works.

FidoMushu
Tue, 04 Sep 2018 00:12:49 -0700

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