Windows 10 (1703)
Intel 7th gen HD graphics
Intel and Lenovo display drivers behave the same.
Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 370 Intel Core i5 7th gen.
2.68a 64 bit,
2.75a 32 and 64 bit,
2.77a 64 bit,
2.78c 64 bit,
2.78 f3d9f0c 64 bit both standard and the experimental vc14 compilers,
2.80 branch f637145 64 bit.
Worked: (I cannot find a version of Blender from the last few years that works with the latest Intel drivers!)
It works if I revert to an older version of the Intel HD drivers for 7th gen as suggested by @Dragon (someDragon).
Intel drivers version 126.96.36.19927 previous release 23 March 2017, works.
Added to the Intel developer support forum:
Short description of error
Window layout does not fit the screen. The title bar appears to overlay the top menu bar. The positions are all offset like the graphics on display are a different size to the internal calculations. The mouse pointer needs to be a few millimetres under the screen button to be able to click on it!
The image attached best describes the issue. Note that there is no menu bar visible and the side bar is partly outside the window edge.
Exact steps for others to reproduce the error
I suspect it is a specific hardware combination that causes the issue. 1920x1080. I've tried both the Lenovo and the Intel versions of the display drivers.
By default I have the Windows 10 display scaling set to the recommended 150% however I have tried changing the scaling to 100% and the behaviour of Blender is unchanged!