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How do I make my browser open maximized?
Open the program, maximize the window by clicking the square icon in the upper-right corner. Then, press and hold the Ctrl key and close the program. Re-open program to see if it opens as maximized. Viruses can sometime cause programs with programs opening correctly, including not opening as maximized.
Hello, this is Gary from MacMost.com. Today I'm going to show you three different ways you can maximize a window on a Mac.
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This can be three different Things mean and often what people really want is to maximize the third way. But the first two are all they can find. Let me explain, so here I have a Pages document open in the Pages app.
Now I want this to fill the screen. There are two really obvious ways of doing this that people normally go to, but neither of them gives them the result they want. The first is to just click that green button here.
When you do that it will go into full screen mode. Now here you can see if I'm actually moving the cursor there it gives me the choice and enabling full screen mode when the first option is. Then some other r options like Tiling Left and Right.
So, clicking that green button or selecting Enter Full Screen does the same thing. You can also go to View. Usually there is an Enter Full Screen command with a key combination.
You take the window in full screen mode. The menu bar disappears. If you had the dock there, it disappears.
It takes up the whole thing. What you've actually done is create a full screen app. When you go into Mission Control using the Ctrl key and the up arrow here you can see that you have your desktop and a full screen app pages.
You go back to your desktop and maybe you have other apps running there and you can go Control up arrow back to Pages. You can also use Control Left and Control Right. But the intent wasn't to make a full-screen app.
It was easy to make the window as big as possible. So let's get out of full screen mode here, I do this by moving my cursor up here and clicking the green button again. The second thing people do is use Window, Zoom.
You can see Window, Minimize put the window in the dock. There's Zoom that a lot of people think is Mac's way of doing maximize. But when I choose zoom this is what I get.
It wasn't maximized at all. What did it do? Well, it actually maximized the window, but only to the point of what was needed for the window. So let's zoom in again to see what this will reverse; you can see here, the document has a little more room here to the left and right.
The sidebars are full size. So when I zoomed in, the window was essentially resized to the maximum size that was needed here. The document here in Pages is full-size, everything fits, you won't miss a thing.
What's confusing here is that in other apps, if you do the same, Window, Zoomit actually fills the screen. In this case, in the Maps app, you have this large flexible space here. This will enlarge the window as much as possible to fit the screen, so I can use zoom to toggle between these modes.
Another way to get to zoom is to double-click the title bar and obviously avoid all buttons. Also, if you hold down the Option key when you hover your cursor over the green button, you'll see this change to Zoom. You can select this, or you can just Option-click the green button and it will zoom in there as well.
Here is another example. With Safari I double-click on the title. In the bar you can see that it is not zooming to the maximum size.
Only the window has been enlarged to the maximum size required to comfortably view web pages. The problem with zoom is in cases like this. All of these options; Double-click the title bar or click the green button to expand the window only as much as necessary.
The window won't actually fill the entire screen. So the third method is a consistent method to always let me show you the hard way now. The hard way is to either drag the sides of the window and fill in everything, or use the corners of the window - I can use the corners of this window here - drag the top left corner to the top left, drag the bottom right corner down right.
Now I get what I want. But that's a lot of actions to accomplish that. Is there a quick way to do this? It turns out there is one.
See, if you hold the Option key and drag something, it will drag that side and the opposite side. For example, if I drag the right side of the window here, you might see that it only pulls the right side of the window. But if I hold down the Option key and drag the right side, you can let the left side move with it.
Same thing when I pull the bottom one. But when I hold down the Option key, the bottom and top move together. This also works with corners.
So if I drag the lower left corner, you might just see that pull. But when I hold down the Option key, the lower left and upper right corners are dragged. The opposite corners are pulled at the same time.
Now also notice that when you double-click a side or corner, everything snaps into place instead of dragging your way to the edge. So I can double click on the left side there and you can see it snap into place on the left side. I can double-click at the top and it clicks up.
When I double click the top left corner you say it snaps into place at the top left. So when I combine these two things, hold down the Option key and double click on any corner, what happens is that corner snaps to the corner of the screen and the opposite corner also snaps to the corner of the screen. So, let me option double click on the top left corner and you can see it now fills the image, this works with any corner as each corner plus the opposite corner to the edge of the screen will fill the screen.
So if you want to expand the window to fill the entire screen but leave the menu bar there, leaving other windows hidden underneath, then all you have to do is double-click the option on any corner of a window and it will fill the screen with that window. To check this, you can first maximize a window in full screen mode. Click the green button and now it's a full screen desktop.
If you want to zoom in, which will enlarge the window only as much as you need it, choose either Window, Zoom, or hold the Option key and click the green button or double-click the title bar. If you want the window to fill the screen regardless of the contents of the window, double-click one of the four corners.
Why is my Google Chrome opening small?
If your Chrome window size is small, you may have accidentally clicked the 'Restore Down' button. To fix it, click the 'Maximize' button at the top of the screen. Windows comes with a Magnifier tool that enlarges the whole screen or parts of the display.
Hello everybody! Today I'm going to show you how to view or delete saved passwords for your online accounts in Google Chrome, Opera, Yandex.Browser, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge or other browsers. You will also learn how to set up autofill for registrations and addresses and bank card details.
Every modern browser has a password saving feature. It saves you having to enter your registration details every time - few people can remember hundreds of logins and passwords for Remember their favorite websites and online services, but what should you do if autofill doesn't work for some reason and you don't remember your password or login? Another situation is when you want to delete all auto-filled data from your browser, e.g.
B. Logins, passwords, addresses and banking information to make sure other people can't see them. Let's find out how to save passwords and other AutoFill data and how to find and protect all saved passwords in your browser.
Let's start with Google Chrome. See all passwords saved by your browser: • Go to Menu / Settings / Advanced / Passwords and Forms / Manage Passwords • This menu contains all the passwords saved by your browser in the format Website - Username - Password • By default the password hidden. Click the three dot button next to a specific website and select Details. Click the eye-shaped button to view the password. • However, you can only see it if this feature is enabled. all browsers have this function activated. • If you do not want your passwords and logins to be saved - deactivate this function and enter the logins and passwords manually each time.
In the Yandex browser: • Go to Menu / Settings / Advanced / Passwords and Forms / Manage Passwords • This menu contains all the passwords saved by your browser in the format Website - Username - Password • The password is hidden by default. To view it, click on it and select Details. Sometimes the system will ask for your account password.
Enter it. • However, you can only see it when this feature is enabled. In Opera: • Go to Menu / Settings / Privacy and security / Show all passwords. • This menu contains all the passwords saved by your browser in the format Website - Username - Password • By default, the password is hidden.
To display it, click on it and select Details. Sometimes the system will ask for your account password. Enter it. • They are only saved if this function is active.
This function is activated by default. • If necessary, deactivate this function and enter logins and passwords manually each time. In Mozilla Firefox: • Go to Menu / Privacy and security / Forms and Passwords / Saved Logins • This menu contains all logins and passwords that have been saved by your browser.
In the format Website - User name - Last changed • By default, the passwords are not displayed. To view them, click the Show Passwords button. • If you don't want your passwords and logins to be saved - disable this feature and manually enter the logins and passwords every time I've noticed that unlike o In other browsers, Mozilla Firefox does not ask for your Windows account password in order to display logins and passwords in the browser.
Mozilla has a master password for this purpose. If you set it, no one will see your logins and passwords without you. And Microsoft Edge: • Go to Settings / Advanced Settings / View Advanced Settings / Manage My Saved Passwords • This menu contains all the passwords saved by your browser in the format Website - Username - Password.
I don't have many entries here as I don't Use Edge. Just for example. • In this menu, however, you can only delete or change the saved password, but not display it.
Since Edge is the browser integrated into the system with an integrated security system and other Windows settings, its account information is saved a special system location. To view it: • Go to Control Panel / Credential Manager / Web CredentialsGo to our channel to watch a article about the control panel and its launch. You can find the link in the description: • All • Logins and Passwords Passwords saved with Edge are saved here. • To change any password a To view it, click an arrow next to a website name. • Next to Show Password. • You will also need to enter your account password.
Log in to the system. If you are using Chrome Sync and a Google Account, all of your logins will be and passwords are automatically synced with your google account, you can view them all on your google account page - passwords.google.com I give the link in the description: they are synced from both your computer and Android devices. • To show a password, select Show. • To remove a password, select Remove.
Let me say a few words about the autofill feature in browsers, which is usually next to the feature for saving passwords for websites. This function is similar to saving logins and passwords. In the same way, your browser can remember names, addresses, phone numbers, and even bank card details.
How does this work? • Go to a website, for example • and want to make a purchase (or fill out a specific form or questionnaire) • When you click on the fields to enter data, your browser automatically suggests that you use the data already saved . Simply select the option you want. • At the bank, it is similar to card data.
When you enter data in a certain field, browsers usually suggest saving such information. You can view such AutoFill data in your browser's AutoFill menu or You can find them in the login and password settings. For example in Yandex Browser: • Go to Menu / Settings / Advanced / Passwords and forms / Manage passwords • Click on “Enable autofill to fill out forms with a single click “• As you can see, you can add the auto-fill address or a bank card.
Such settings look similar in other browsers. I guess I don't have to go into each of them. Speaking of browsers that are used for smartphones, they all have similar functions and settings.
For example Chrome mobile version: • Go to Menu / Settings / Passwords to see all saved passwords. • From here you can also go to the passwords.google.com page I mentioned today. • In the AutoFill and menu Payments allow you to view saved addresses and card details or add other data.
In mobile versions of browsers, menu items can have different names, but the item is the same. You can delete saved logins and passwords, as well as other autofill data, in the same menus in which you view them. Simply select 'Remove' or 'Delete' next to a Password, or click a cross-shaped icon or a trash can icon.
However, only Mozilla Firefox gives you the option to delete them all at once by clicking 'Remove All'. All other browsers can only delete them individually. You can delete all autofill data from any browser at once with Ccleaner.
For now, we're interested in one of the ways you can use it. To do this: • Start the program and go to the Cleaner menu • That Utility suggests to select the data you want to remove. • In the Windows tab you can, among other things, the boxes S saved form information and saved passwords for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. • In the Applications tab, you can also save saved passwords and saved form information for others of you Check browsers in use. • Choose your options and click Analyze • When it's over, click “Run Cleaner.” • As a result, all auto-filled forms and saved passwords will be removed.
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