"You could have just Googled it" is a horrible phrase to imply to people new to a site. And when it is used on a question that has already been answered, it makes you look like someone who goes round new posts, looking for people to "correct".
I don't want to discourage you from posting answers but when I start typing, I get a big yellow box that asks me "Is your comment contributing to the discussion?" and tells me to "Criticise ideas, not people". Posting comments like you did, adds nothing to the discussion but does criticise me for not using Google more extensively. Maybe that yellow box needs to be permanently displayed.
So that type of post does discourage people from asking questions but even more damaging, is it discourages people from even wanting to be part of a community. I used to moderate a support forum for 14 hours a day. I used to see the same questions over and over again but not once did I ever say "You could have just Googled it"... In fact, any posts of that kind were removed and the posters advised that it wasn't tolerated. People deserve a little more respect than that, no matter how lazy they might appear to be.
People sometimes take shortcuts, especially people who have less time in the day than they need to do all the tasks they are working on. I am currently working on around 5 personal projects at the same time. Those people don't need correcting, then need helping and in a way that portrays the community in a positive light. An intolerant community damages the reputation of the API it belongs to and I'm not sure if that's something the creators of MonoGame would appreciate.
The first couple of answers I found told me to set "GameWindow.Position". The Game1.cs and Program.cs show no mention of "Window" being defined, and if I type "GameWindow", it goes Green as it's a type, not a property... so I simply asked the question, just for clarification.
I'm sorry you didn't like that but you could have just followed site etiquette and ignored my question. Next time I will use more search options, because I really don't want to ask anything else on here... so thank you for your welcome. I've probably broken the same site etiquette with my reply but as I'm not coming back, it really doesn't matter.