Once you have logged in and the Start screen appears, go ahead and log out. Down,Left and Right have their own features as well. Hit F-11 again to return to normal mode. Ah, that's it. Check This Out
Like when I'm watching TV or reading a book, you know -one thing at a time! In the drop-down menu that appears, choose Maximized. The user cannot go to the Start screen and can't close the application at all. mtp888Aug 26, 2011, 2:22 AM oh, ok new that. find more
Click Next and then Finish. Thnx to Adam Rosen for sending this request out to the community. Darrell Lewis Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thank Goodness for Smart People by judy865 / May 11, 2009 2:08 PM PDT In reply to: Re: How to open The main concern I have is that it's lousy for navigation.
What is the purpose of IT? This procedure has worked for me for several years. 1. I want a full screen visible for each application or nothing at all. How To Make Microsoft Edge Full Screen This truly locks down the PC to one particular app.
N.B. Open Ie Full Screen A button just like this: Here's the code for the button and the script: script