I work with dual monitors, but there are many reasons why I may end up with only one window open. For example, if I accept the save while closing Blender, it opens with only one.
Is there a way to open another window without creating a Screen datablock? For example, by opening an existing Screen in another window (rather than creating the unneeded Screen datablock)?
My current process is to Duplicate the existing Screen to a new window (Ctrl-Alt-W), then delete the Screen datablock it creates.