I work on a multi monitor Windows 7 PC.
And I just want to FORCE Chrome to start in the PRIMARY Windows monitor.
(Currently, Chrome will start in the monitor that it was last closed in.)
Get help with using AutoHotkey and its commands and hotkeys
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There is --window-position=0,0 key.
Perhaps this helps: https://www.autohotkey.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=76&t=69256&p=298510#p298510 . But you should look at the WinMove docs as well to understand the parameters... for the first window of a Chrome session, you should be able to position it just with Chrome command line parameters, though. To find the right coords, Window Spy should be helpful.