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How to make sure IE opens in full window?


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bartnoel

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Hi there

Every time I click on a link IE opens in a tiny window. I tried to correct it but can't find any way of making sure IE opens in full window, or at least half a normal window.

How to do this? Any suggestions?
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Oreo Collas

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The first thing I would try is to close all wondows open on your computer. Open up one internet explorer window and resize it to the desired size by clicking the lower right hand corner and dragging it. Once set at the desired size close IE and restart your computer. This should save the last used size settings. This will not open them in full screen, but will open them in the size that you set it as when it is not full screen. This may not work if you have any other windows open so you have to make sure ALL windows are closed. Let me know how this works for you. I will research a way to start the windows in full screen for you.
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smith134

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Oreo Collas is absolutely right. Sometime me too facing this kind of issue. Internet Explorer window will open that size when it closed.
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anzenketh

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I am going to tell everyone a well kept secret. Resize your Internet Explorer to the size you want it. Press and hold shift then click on the X. It should say the same size when you open it next.
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Oreo Collas

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Ohh. Nice one tuxmaster . Can you possible provide me with a link to more secerets such as that?
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anzenketh

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Ohh. Nice one tuxmaster . Can you possible provide me with a link to more secerets such as that?

Nope sorry. I was mainly making a joke becouse I remember having this issue and it took me forever to find the solution.
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