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Somehow I shrunk my Safari Window down to a quarter of a screen... I'd like to get it back to taking up close to the full screen and I don't know what to do... since I don't know what I did to shrink it.

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Usually shrinkage happens when clicking the round green circle located top-left.
To fix, click on the tiny diagonal bars on the lower-right corner of the window and drag around to obtain the window size you want.
I hope this helps.

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