This seems to happen after I remote desktop into my work computer. Work computer has 2 monitors, both 1280 x 1024, running Windows 7 Pro. Home computer also 2 monitors, 1680 x 1050, and 1024 x 768, running Windows 8 Enterprise.
I connect using a single monitor with max screen size (1680x1024). Dual monitor connection has never worked as remote is only Win 7 Pro. I'll get back to this later.
The Problem: I am trying to connect to the work computer at various resolutions and keep getting an issue with the screen edge. Programs will maximize to full height and only partial width. The right screen edge seems to be responding about 275 pixels left of the right screen edge. If I move programs over to the right, they will snap at this point as well.
I had a similar problem more often when I was attempting to use dual monitors with /span option. However, it was happening in reverse. I would go into work and it would happen on the left side of the left monitor (right monitor is main at work if that makes a difference).
However, now it is happening through the remote connection.
I saw another post that seems similar, Window maximization sizes wrong after RDP session, but that didn't seem to help in my case.
I would like to 1. Learn what is causing this 2. Figure out how to fix it without having to restart the computer. (I haven't checked if logging off and on fixes it).