Programs reopen in slightly different positions on desktop than they were in when closed

I'm using Windows 10. I have my desktop situated specifically like this - the right two thirds of my desktop is taken up by my web browser (Opera), and the final third on the left is taken up by Outlook 2016. I've arranged them precisely where I want them to be on my desktop. However, when I close a window and reopen it, it's off by a few pixels compared to where it was when I closed the window.

This wasn't a problem in Windows 7. I could close and open the programs as much as I wanted and they'd always reopen in the same spot I left them in when they were closed. I'd really like this to stop happening, as I have to readjust the windows every morning when I log into my machine at work. Is there any way to keep Windows 10 from slightly adjusting the locations of the programs when they re-open?
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nobusCommented:
you probably have another video driver - can you restore the old one?
also - did it ever work ok in win 10 ? if yes, a system restore can help too
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Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
This is an issue in Windows 10. I contacted MS about this almost as soon as Windows 10 came out as I used to have all my folders in certain places and they told me this is "not a feature of Windows anymore". I am actually surprised that you are getting them to come close to where they were when you closed them.
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eimonkeyAuthor Commented:
Here are before and after. In the before, Outlook and Opera do not overlap, and they are pretty much lined up vertically. In the after, Opera has scooted to the left a few pixels, and Outlook has scooted to the right a few pixels, so now the slightly overlap. Also, Opera has shifted slightly vertically and is now lower by a few pixels.
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eimonkeyAuthor Commented:
Not convinced this is the way it is, but nobody was able to give me a better answer.
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