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How Can I make my window full-size every time I open it? I stretch the window then close it and it opens up small again
If you close the browser minimized or shut down with it in that size, it stays that way when you open it next time. Always close it with the X in the top right corner with it full size. If that does not work after a couple of restarts, we have to try some other things.
Posted on Apr 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is it possible that someone has changed the settings on your mouse so that when you click once it double clicks?
Check in control panel for mouse settings
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
You need to set the relevant resolution, Right Click on desktop and click properties, then goto settings tab, at the bottom of that dialog you will see a bar through which you can change the resolution, try different resolution, and one will fit according to your screen.
I hope this will help you out,
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
If you are referring to desktop font size, right click on an empty portion of your desktop, pick personalize on the context menu, and on the left side of the window, you should see "Adjust Font Size (DPI)". You can change the font size to larger scale (120 DPI) which should make the text larger. For web browsers, most should have an option to change the text size in the menu, but these steps would be different for the various web browsers available.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
You appear to be cloning your internal LCD and as long as it is active, the resolution setting for the LCD is also controlling the resolution of the external monitor. When the LCD is closed, then the default resolution of the external monitor is being used by Windows 7 (It apparently has autodetected the size of the monitor and knows the Highest optimal resolution it will display.) The higher the resolution, then smaller the icons.
To resolve, go to display properties and check the resolution of the internal LCD and then set the External display to the lower resolution.
You should be able to wake the system with an external keyboard, by pressing the spacebar, if the system is sleeping
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
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In Internet Explorer you can go to View -> Text Size and enlarge the font from there. In Google Chrome you can go to Options -> Under the Hood and either enlarge the font or zoom on the page. In Mozilla, I would look for a similar option in the Options or Settings menus.
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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Do you mean your internet explorer window? You need to stretch the explorer window to the size you like, then close, it. IE remembers the size of the last window you closed, and then when you open it, it makes the new window the same size as the last 1.
Hope this helps.
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