This is a very small thing and not really a problem.
A printer-all-in-one is installed along with some of the additional software, onto a Windows 10 computer. The additional installed software is represented in a big tool bar that sits near bottom of the screen. Canon is the brand and the floating tool bar contains many features. Sometimes the computer goes unused and goes to sleep. Upon waking the computer, the toolbar is found in a different place on the screen and can easily be mouse-moved back to wherever it is wanted. No real problem, but I do not understand why or how it had been moved out of position. I wish I could understand this better. Can anyone explain why this happens, and maybe a way to make the toolbar stay in the place where I put it and not move off-position upon sleep and waking?