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I have Fallout Collection and I am trying to run it windowed because of the low resolution. When I change the mode to windowed via the .ini file, however, it starts the game with the window shoved into the upper left corner of my screen.

Clicking the title bar of the window just clicks back into the game program. So how can I move it to the center of my screen? I am using Windows 7 professional 64-bit.

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I've always used Alt-Space in this type of scenario. That will bring up a menu where you can select "Move", then use the arrow keys to move the window around. Press Enter to lock it into position.

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After you've pressed an arrow key once you can use the mouse to move the window. This is handy if the window is off the screen or a long way from where you want it. – Wayne Johnston May 3 '10 at 1:58

You can use the software "AutoHotKey", which has a WinMove function.

WinMove, 100,100

Would move the currently active window to (100,100), and

WinMove, Window Title,,100,100

Would move [Window Title] to 100,100.

So, for example:

#q::WinMove, 100,100

When pressed while FO Trilogy is active would move the window to 100,100, rather than 0,0.

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