I have a dual-monitor setup, with an application on each monitor. One of the monitors is connected via a hardware switch, to switch its input between the Windows PC and another input (say, a CCTV camera).
When I switch that monitor to the CCTV camera, Windows 10 detects the loss of that monitor and moves the application window from that monitor to the other. I can see how that is helpful in most use cases, but in my case it is not what I want. I want everything to stay where it is, even if it means one of the applications is not visible.
Is there a way to stop Windows from rearranging everything?