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    Is it possible to fix the maximize size window in windows 7?

    I am a windows 7 user but when I click on maximize icon, it captures the whole screen of windows 7.I really don't like it. I want to customize it in a way that when I click on maximize icon, it only expands in a fixed size and the fixed size should be configured by me. Is there any way to do that?



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    Re: Is it possible to fix the maximize size window in windows 7?

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    dear friend,

    There are some shortcuts by which you can adjust the window size.

    If there is a window opened then press Windows key+Up arrow key to make the window large & Windows key+Down arrow key to make the window small.

    You can't fix the window size manually.

    You need any third party software to set the window size as your wish (when you click on the maximize button).

    Copy-paste the following link to the address bar in your browser-

    http://www.softpedia.com/dyn-postdow...167549&t=0&i=1

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    Download the Maxmax application & install it.

    Run the application.

    Now you can set all the four side boundary limits of any window.

    You can set the suppressed key, the language & also the display type.

    Set all the options as your wish & click on OK.

    Now open any folder in minimized view.

    Now click on the maximize box located at the upper right corner of the window.

    You can see that the window has been maximized as you've saved the settings earlier.

    Hope this info will help you a lot.

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    Re: Is it possible to fix the maximize size window in windows 7?

    DEAR FRIEND

    to customize the window size

    first open my computer or the any of the window

    then go to the corner edge of the window with the mouse point...then the mouse point appears like a arrow


    minimize-and-adjust-photoshop-window.jpg then drag and select the size ....whatever the size you want


    then and close it .... and re open it ....then your window will opened with the same size

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    Re: Is it possible to fix the maximize size window in windows 7?

    Dear friends..

    Yes it is possible..

    See Right corner top of the window..

    There is a Mark Click for Maximize and Minimize..

    Or Double click on Top of the window it will be Maximize and agian double click it will be Minimize.


    And you can Drag with Mouse point in Corners of window..

    Then set the Size which you want..

    Thank you and All the best..

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    Re: Is it possible to fix the maximize size window in windows 7?

    using property you can set the window size


    it can be maximize or minimize using the option provided at right corner

    some of the application like turbo c cannot run in full mode so you can use dos box to solve that problem

    for some application you can set the window according to your need
    like VLC player
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    Re: Is it possible to fix the maximize size window in windows 7?

    open the window you need

    click maximize button (restore button) which left of the close button.

    now drag you window so that you can adjust your window size..
    then close the window

    now try to open that window again..

    you will find working ...

    All the best

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