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I have windows 7, i was messing around with the minimize and maximize box and now when i click on a web site i get a half of a screen with the previous web page below it ive clicked on the single box, restore anmd the double box maximize and it still hap[pens even the next day.

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The easy way is to reboot. OR Right click in a open spot in the Taskbar, uncheck,Show Windows Stacked.

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

Testimonial: "dragging the double arrow down the screen helped me,but kch had the same problem and now i know what i did wrong.i clicked on the restore box after the screen was already maximimized.thanks for all the help from everybody."

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The next time you open your browser drag the corners until it's maximized.

Close it by clicking "File"....then...."Close" instead of closing the window with "X".

From then on it should open to its' maximum size.

I'm a Windows user but a very strong advocate of the Firefox browser.

Good luck 1alf2.

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Can't answer your question. right side if off the screen


best case scenario:
1)hover your mouse over the blue bar at the top of your web browser
2)left click and hold
3)try to drag window
4)at the top right of the browser there will be 3 boxes that look like
"[ _ ] [ [] ] [ X ] "minimize, maximize, and close... click maximize

worst case scenario (I hope):
1)find the menu button on your monitor and press it and try to navigate to something like "position" or "horizontal" and try to manually move your screen position. wish i could give more detail but I can't

Nov 20, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Aero Shortcuts for windows 7


<b>[Windows] + [Spacebar] (Aero Peek)</b> Make all open windows transparent to view gadgets and icons on desktop. <br /> <br /> <b>[Windows] + [D] (Aero Peek)</b> Show or hide the desktop. <br /> <br /> <b>[Windows] + [Home] (Aero Shake)</b> Minimize all but selected window. Reverse by clicking the key combination again. <br /> <br /> <b>[Windows] + left arrow OR [Windows] + right arrow (Aero Snap)</b> Dock selected window to the left or right half of your screen. <br /> <br /> <b>[Windows] + up arrow OR [Windows] + down arrow (Aero Snap)</b> Maximized and restores the selected window. <br /> <br /> <b>[Windows] + [SHIFT] + up arrow </b>OR<b> [Windows] + [SHIFT] + down arrow (Aero Snap)</b> Maximizes and restores selected window in vertical dimension only. <br /> <br /> <b>[Windows] + [Tab] (Aero Flip)</b> Launch 3D representation of open windows and click [Tab] key again to flip through them.

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More Tips For Windows 7


So I been Messing Around With Windows 7 and Created a list of new things for people that don't know much about windows 7. <br /> <span> <p><b>Minimize (Almost) All Windows:</b> <b>Win + Home</b><br /> <p>This combo lets you send all open windows packing--except the one that's currently active. Sure beats clicking Minimize on a bunch of individual windows. When you tap the shortcut a second time, it restores all previously open windows.<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Make Windows Transparent: Win + Space</b><br /> <p>This is the keyboard equivalent of mousing over the transparency tool in the right corner of the System Tray--great for those times when you need to something on the desktop (like a gadget) but don't want to minimize all your windows. After tapping <i>Win-Space</i>, your windows will stay see-through until you let go of the Windows key.<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Quick-Launch Taskbar Apps: Win + (1-9)</b><br /> <p>As you know, Windows 7 makes it a snap to "pin" frequently used programs to the taskbar. But did you also know that these programs are automatically assigned a number and corresponding Windows-key shortcut? Just press <i>Windows-1</i> to launch the first pinned program (the one closest to the Start button), <i>Windows-2</i> to launch the next one, and so on. Fastest app-launching known to man! Except, of course, for this...<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Quick-Launch Any App: Hotkey</b><br /> <p>Like Vista before it, Windows 7 lets you assign a quick-launch hotkey to any installed program. Just right-click the program's icon, choose <i>Properties</i>, and then click the <i>Shortcut</i> tab. Click once in the <i>Shortcut key field</i>, then press the hotkey combo you want to assign (<i>Ctrl-Shift-H</i>, for instance). Click <i>OK</i> and you're done! Assuming you have a good memory, app launching doesn't get any faster than this.<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Dock Active Windows: Win + Left or Right Arrow</b><br /> <p>A great shortcut for users with widescreen monitors, this combo docks the active window to the left or right half of the screen (depending on which arrow you tap), at the same time maximizing it top-to-bottom.<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Magnify Your View: Win + (+)</b><br /> <p>Windows 7's built-in magnifier lets you zoom in wherever you place your cursor. Just tap <i>Win-plus</i> (that's the Windows key and the plus key) to enable the magnifier and set a 200% zoom level. When you mouse to any edge of the screen, your view scrolls accordingly. The more you tap the keys, the higher the zoom. Of course, you can just as easily zoom out again with <i>Win-minus</i>.<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Open Presentation Settings: Win + P</b><br /> <p>Good news for business users constantly struggling to get Windows to cooperate with<a href="http://www.pcworld.com/products/home_theater/projectors.html">projectors</a>: A quick tap of <i>Win-P</i> activates a monitor-settings panel. Click <i>Duplicate</i> or <i>Projector only</i> to send your display to the big screen, or <i>Extend</i> if you've connected a second monitor and want extra screen real estate.<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Create a New Folder: Ctrl + Shift + N</b><br /> <p>Forget the old way of creating new folders. In Windows 7, all it takes is a tap of <i>Ctrl-Shift-N</i>. This works in any open Explorer window, but also on the desktop. After the new folder appears, just type in a name as usual and hit <i>Enter</i>.<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Bring Gadgets to the Fore: Win + G</b><br /> <p>Now that Windows' gadgets are no longer relegated to the Sidebar, they're free to sit anywhere on your desktop. Of course, that means they can get obscured by other windows. As you now know, a tap of <i>Win-Space</i> makes those windows temporarily see-through, but what if you want to put the gadgets on <i>top</i> of your windows? No problem: Just tap <i>Win-G</i>.<br /></span>

on Dec 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do i move my web pages around my laptop screen i am a beginer and this would be very helpful, thank,you


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.

Hope that makes sense.

May 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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When i go to any site on computer it shows only half page. I have expanded the screen. unplugged and restarted. the only way it go to full screen is to maximize in upper right hand corner for each...


This happens to every computer at some point of time due to unspecified reasons. It certainly is no virus attack. It generally starts after you press a restore down button once, when you were maximized. The only remedy is to continue maximizing every single site for a while, which will cause the system to shift automatically to open in full size by default, in a few days time. You will want some patience to achieve this.
Cheers. Thank You.

Oct 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Quick trick for Windows 7


You've probably seen the new "snap" feature in Windows 7. If you drag a window to the right hand side, it auto-sizes to the right hand half of your screen so you can have two windows open side by side. Cool indeed.

The keyboard shortcut speeds things up. Windows key + right arrow sends the active window to the right half of the screen. Windows + left arrow to the left.

Windows key + down arrow minimizes the active window.
Windows key + up arrow maximizes the active window.

Have fun!

on Mar 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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15 Best Windows 7 Tips and Hacks


1. Use Keyboard Shortcuts Using the mouse, you can drag-‘n-dock windows to either side of the screen, or drag it to the top to maximize it. These keyboard shortcuts are even faster:
  • Win+Left Arrow and Win+Right Arrow dock the window to the left and right side of the screen
  • Win+Up Arrow and Win+Down Arrow maximize and restore/minimize
  • Win+M minimizes everything
  • Alt+Up, Alt+Left Arrow, Alt+Right Arrow navigate to parent folder, or browse Back and Forward through folders in Explorer
  • Win+Home minimizes/restores all open windows except the active window
  • Alt+Win+# accesses the Jump List of program number ‘#’ on the taskbar

on Jan 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Display on Internet expolrer 7


Use mozilla firefox.
Uninstall IE7, it sucks...

Feb 19, 2009 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

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Internet explorer 7 & other web pages open in the minimized


The next time you open your browser drag the corners until it's maximized.

Close it by clicking "File"....then...."Close" instead of closing the window with "X".

From then on it should open to its' maximum size.

I'm a Windows user but a very strong advocate of the Firefox browser.

Good luck 1alf2.

Nov 18, 2008 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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Windows Management in windows 7


  1. Windows Management. By now, you’ve probably seen that Windows 7 does a lot to make window management easier: you can “dock” a window to the left or right half of the screen by simply dragging it to the edge; similarly, you can drag the window to the top of the screen to maximize it, and double-click the window top / bottom border to maximize it vertically with the same horizontal width. What you might not know is that all these actions are also available with keyboard shortcuts:
    • Win+Left Arrow and Win+Right Arrow dock;
    • Win+Up Arrow and Win+Down Arrow maximizes and restores / minimizes;
    • Win+Shift+Up Arrow and Win+Shift+Down Arrow maximizes and restores the vertical size.
    This side-by-side docking feature is particularly invaluable on widescreen monitors – it makes the old Windows way of shift-clicking on two items in the taskbar and then using the context menu to arrange them feel really painful.

on Jan 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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