When I move a window to the edge of the screen, any portion of it that remains off-screen is panned back on to the screen when I move my cursor "past" the edge.
This is a nice feature, but it's one I can live without. However, when I'm using Remote Desktop Connection on my multi-monitor setup, it becomes an extreme annoyance. With differing resolutions on the monitors and multi-monitor-enabled Remote Desktop session, the system always thinks that the bottom portion of the full-screen Remote Desktop window is "off-screen" -- so when I try to reach for the task bar, it pans the entire full-screen Remote Desktop window!
Remote Desktop creates a 3840 x 1200 window, with the lower-left corner of 1920 x 120 unavailable to the remote computer.
How do I disable such panning of off-screen windows when the cursor hits the edge of the screen?