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I know how to move windows to another workspace, but I'm specifically looking for a keyboard shortcut to move a window to the other screen in a multi-monitor set, but without using compiz, since I'd rather not to install it. Is there such a shortcut? I'm on Gnome 3.16.

Thanks.

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According to the Gnome website:

Select the window that you want to move (for example, using the Super +Tab window switcher).

Press Super+Shift+Page Up to move the window to a workspace which is above the current workspace on the workspace selector.

Press Super+Shift+Page Down to move the window to a workspace which is below the current workspace on the workspace selector.

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  • Thanks but I know that, I wrote it in the beginning of my comment. I don't want to move the window to another workspace, but to another screen (or monitor)
    – FrankS101
    Mar 22, 2016 at 2:44
  • @FrankS101 sorry, the compiz talk threw me off. You know compiz isn't even compatible with Gnome shell anyhow.
    – mchid
    Mar 22, 2016 at 2:47
  • (I realize this doesn't answer the question but it answered my question.)
    – Amanda
    Nov 19, 2021 at 22:39
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This is it:

Ctrl + Alt + NUMPAD 4 (to the monitor at left)

Ctrl + Alt + NUMPAD 6 (to the monitor at right)

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