We had this stupid issue in Windows 8 where new (or maximized) RDP windows got glued to the upper left corner automatically.
This was resolved in windows 8 by going to Ease of Access Center, then going to "Make the mouse more difficult to use" (sorry, "Make the mouse easier to use") and then checking "Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen".
Unfortunately, this does not work in Windows 10.
Being an intense user of Remote Desktop, this is extremely annoying.
Anybody with a fix for this?
(I know, cutting edge makes you bleed, but still...)