Hello TRY THE FOLLOWING, GO TO CONTROLPANEL CLICK DISPLAY PROPERTIES -> CLICK ON SETTINGS TAB CLICK ADVANCED -> IN THE GENERAL TAB CHECK FOR THE SCREEN RESOLUTION 96 DPI IF IT IS SO THEN GO TO MONITOR TAB JUST MAXIMIZE YOUR SCREEN REFRESH RATE.
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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
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
Generally, it opens up the same size it is closed. Try opening it up...either webpage or document...maximize it to fit the screen...go to file>exit or close....don't use the X at the top of the screen. The next time you open it, it should be maximized. Try it out! I know it works with webpages.
does it just lock up and freeze on that website or on other sites as well if it doesn't do on other sites then its that website , or you can try to clear your browsing history before you try to maximize your screen to do this press ALT go to Tools click delete browing history then maximize screen you can do this as much as you want too , or for a more longer lasting fix you can run disk cleanup then disk defragmenter , both these are found in Start menu ,accessories ,system tools , then click which ever one you want to do
1.If you right click on the blue header of the page you will see Restore, move, minimize, maximize, etc. 2. Click maximize to see if the screen enlarges or increases in size. 3. Then click the X in the upper right hand corner of the screen and this will close the window.