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Why does Microsoft think their way is always the best?
With Windows, Word, Internet Explorer; all have "features" that make me question if the programmers actually use the program they're writing.
The suggestions I have made to MS are quite numerous and will not be included here, but I have included my most recent suggestion and will keep everyone updated as to its progress.
"I am using Windows Internet Explorer v6 and I'm surprised that the following suggestion has never been incorporated into this or any previous version.
When I click onto a link and open a new window in IE6, the new window is about one forth of the screen. Exactly when is that a good thing? If I am clicking onto a link to access another web page, why would I want a much smaller window to appear? Wouldn't I logically want a window the SAME SIZE as the one I'm working with?
I suggest that an option be included in future versions to allow a maximized screen when opening a new window. Simple.
Through 3rd party web sites, I have found a work-around for this defect in IE6 (included below) but would hope that this suggestion be considered for future versions.
Start IE, right click any link on a web page, and select Open in a New Window.
Go back to the first IE window you opened and close it.
Return to the second window and manually drag it to fill the screen.
(Do not use the maximize button, for that's a temporary setting that will
not be retained.)
Now press the Ctrl button, and close this second window, holding the Ctrl button
depressed, using 'close' in the File menu (important!). All windows should now
cc: CNet Forums"
Let me know if anyone have other suggestions for MS to be forwarded or let them know yourself at MS Product Feedback.