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Topic # 16292 3-Oct-2007 10:53
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On the 17" wide screen laptop if you maximize the browser window most of the websites do not use the complete screen. So I thought if its possible to dock the browser window to half of the screen and use the remaining for other applications. But I couldn't find any help on how to do it. Please suggest if anyone got a solution.

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  Reply # 89511 4-Oct-2007 16:39
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Looks like no one got a solution to it.

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  Reply # 89517 4-Oct-2007 17:13
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I have the same issue on my 19" widescreen and just resize the windows to suit.







 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 89518 4-Oct-2007 17:18
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best way to get IE to fill half a screen is to open IE and another application. Right click the taskbar and select tile windows horizontally in XP or on Vista show windows side by side.

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