With default settings, Windows 7 allows you move a window only by clicking on the title bar of the window. If you are new to the title bar word, it’s the top most part of a window. The title bar displays the name of the document or program that you are working on.
In Windows, we need to point the mouse pointer on the title bar of a window and then need to drag it to move. As we can only use the title bar area, here is a tiny tool that allows you move a window by clicking anywhere on it. In other words, you can use every part of a window to move it.
The tool we are talking about is EasyMove. Simply pretty down the Control key (you can change this activation key) and use your mouse to move a window by clicking anywhere on it.
Just download and run the tool to place the EasyMove icon in the system notification area, which indicates that the program is running. The system notification area icon also allows you access EasyMove settings. Once the program is running, you will be able to move a window by clicking anywhere on it.