No, Chrome isn’t a normal window, so ShellBags has no effect on it. Instead, Chrome handles its own window-positioning (well, normally, when it works; sometimes it gets stuck or reset/forgets).
First, close all Chrome windows (and make sure that there are no
CHROME.EXE instances running in Task Manager). Open your Chrome profile (the
User Data folder) and look for the
Local State file. Open it in a text-editor and look for the
window_placement section inside the
browser section and delete that—this is a structured file, so make sure to get the quotes and braces correctly. (There are other
window_placement sections for other things like the Options dialog, Task Manager, etc.) Finally, save and open Chrome; it should open at a “default” location, but should remember where you set it when you subsequently close it.