I’ve updated my post on .emacs adding the functionality to position the frame on startup.
This in order to avoid an ugly windows bug. If you like me, prefer to have the taskbar on top of the screen instead of the default (bottom), you’ll find that sometimes emacs starts with the title bar under it. So you won’t be able to move the window.
I’ve added the code in the previous post, however here is an extract
(setq initial-frame-alist '((left . 50) (top . 50)))