Google web page not the complete size.

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bestdriver | 21:24 Tue 29th Mar 2011 | Technology
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This page has the bottom shrunk up so the bottom bar is always seen,also the top shows all the stuff.File,Edit,History,Bookmarks,Tools and Help.But the desktop picture can be seen for in the background for aout 1 inch. Windows explorer is the same. Any ideas? Thanks


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Double-clicking the title bar of any window will make it expand to fill the screen.
Don't take this the wrong way, but it amazes me that a quarter of a century after Windows was released, there are people who still don't know even the basics.
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It would help if people like you would read the FULL question before giving an answer.
I read the question and would offer the same advice.
Rojash if some people didn't know the basics you couldn't appear so clever in answering their questions.
I'm sorry bestdriver I don't know the answer.
Rojash has said the answer. Double click on the blue title bar to maximise it.
Glad I didn't answer this one : )
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Thanks craft. Now again. All the stuff.File,Edit,History,Bookmarks,Tools and Help are at the TOP OF THE SCREEN but the desktop picture is visible in the background for about 1 inch.
OK ..
I'll have a go at this most puzzling challenge ..
On the upper RH Corner .. HOVER on the centre icon .. does it say 'maximise' or 'restore down'?
If it says 'maximise' and you click it .. what happens?
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I have did this and the page goes down to a usual smaller size but the page is excactly the same no matter what size. Thanks Albags
I think you are going to have to do a screenprint of this, as your question makes little sense.

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