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What's the difference of "by the window" and "at the window" ?

What's the difference of "by the window" and "at the window" ?

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    If someone is at the window they are by the window, probably looking through it. Only used for people (similar to at the door).

    Anything can be by the window- the plant was by the window.
    He was at the window looking at the scenery.

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