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Re: Start Up Don't Maximize
I thknk your dispaly driver is not installed or may be not working.
when u power up the laptop then pressF8 key then enter in enable vga mode.then change diaplay settings to 1024*768 then if u can do it then your problem is solved.
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Maximum is for a window. For example when you open a program or a
internet browser, then in the upper right hand corner just to the left
of the X will be the minimize or maximize toggle that you click.
If you are talking about your screen resolution which makes icons bigger
or smaller then that is in the Display in the Control Panel. Click
Start/Control Panel or Start/Settings/Control Panel and look for Display
or Appearance and Personalization. Open it and adjust the screen
resolution. The higher the resolution, the smaller the icons.
At the top right corner of your screen, should have three boxes. A horizontal line (minimize the window you are in), a square (maximize/restore to window size) and a cross (closes the window).
Click the square button to restore it to a window mode. By clicking the blank part of the bar at the top of the window and holding it down, should allow you to move the webpages around. Releasing it will make it stop at where you let it go.
try to open a window and maximize it (make it full screen) then close it. When you open another window it should open full screen. This is something windows "remembers" and to the best of my knowledge there is no way to set this.