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When I open up a new window with IE browser then it opens up in minimized form. How do I make it so it opens up in a maximized form?

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EZ, Try This...

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1. Right click the IE icon by the Start button, (If you don?t have one there, click on Start-Programs, the RIGHT click on ?Internet Explorer?) choose Properties, change it from 'normal' to 'maximized'....now open IE. It will be maximized.
2. Now right click any link on the page, choose ?Open in New Windows?, resize that window with your left mouse button until it's the size you want it to be.
3. Now close the FIRST window you opened, leaving the resized one on the screen. Now close the resized one.
4. Open IE again, and then right click any link, choose open in new window and it will be the size you created.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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Umm... I want the new IE window to be completely maximized

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The IE window that opens up is still the same size- I want it to be completely maximized and not just stretched out a little bit.

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After you change the RUN from "normal window" to "maximize", you have to click apply. If you click OK, it will still keep the original setting.

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'u have to stretch it to fit.

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If what you're doing when stretching does not fill the screen it is possible that you haven't locked the mouse in the colored title bar and moved it to the left and top first. Once you have that corner filled, then stretch the rest of the module using the double arrow in the lower right corner to do so.

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Here's the fix, for free. . .

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err how do I uninstall this?

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I installed it, but it kinda was unnecessary after I thought about it, so I went to the Add/ Remove Programs thing and uninstalled it. But- it still runs, just without the thing in the taskbar. Whenever I shutdown or hibernate, it has to end a program called Hidden Window, which I think, is none other than this program. How do I get rid of this annoying program?

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Re: err how do I uninstall this?

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