Unfortunately, there is no way to control which programs will open on the secondary monitor once the extended desktop has been set. This is because some programs were developed to open on the primary monitor by default. Other programs don’t have a screen preference and will just open on either display. Others will open in the same location in which they were running at last use. This is why some programs will only open on the primary display and others will open on the secondary display.
Nvidia allows customization of which screens dialog boxes open up on with their processor control panel. Why can't intel allow this seemingly simple function to make dual monitor mode more user friendly?
If Intel does not currently allow this; is there a workaround before you set the dual monitor mode?