Every time I power down my PC and turn it back on, my fences from my second monitor all resize themselves and appear on my primary monitor. I will go and try and restore to a previous layout, and sometimes it will work, but more often than not, it will just move the fences slightly, and go right back to where they currently were on my primary monitor. I will go through multiple snapshots, and sometimes ONE of them will work, but times like today, where none of them work, I have to resize them all over again and drag them back over to the second monitor.
Even if I took a snapshot after I moved them, the next time this happens, that snapshot usually will not restore them. I have no idea why this happens, but I've only ever had these issues once I upgraded to Windows 10. When I was on Windows 7, I never had these issues. It's really disappointing, but it just seems like Fences isn't as compatible with Windows 10. I even had to create a fence to place newly download icons, because since installing Fences in Windows 10, newly download icons would appear in random places on my desktop, sometimes not even being able to find them because they were hiding behind a fence. It was suggest by Stardock support to create a fence to allow newly download items appear there. Not ideal, but it works.