Workaround for Safari on dual monitor Windows OS

Today I”ve received a mail with a comment for an old post I”ve written about Safari not being ready for dual monitor systems. It seems like Justin Megawarne has got a decent workaround for that problem. here are the necessary steps:

  1. Maximize Safari on second monitor
  2. Press ALT+SPACE to drop down context menu
  3. Press M to select Move
  4. Use LEFT key to move Safari into position
  5. Press ENTER to set position

Thanks Justin!

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~ by Luis Abreu on October 6, 2007.

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