Running your browser in full-screen mode is a great way to save screen-space and operate in an uncluttered environment. Modern browsers can enable full-screen mode with a simple hot-key press.
Identify which browser you are using. Popular browsers include Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Mozilla's Firefox and Opera Software's Opera.
Press F11 in your browser to enable full screen mode.
Alternatively, you may go to the "view" menu and select "Full Screen" mode.
Command+click on the Safari icon and select "Show Contents."
Click "Add Item" and add a string that sasy "application UI presentation mode" and set its value to"all suppressed."
Tips & Warnings
- If you are using dual monitors, you can run a full-screen window in one monitor and a regular window in another.
- Full-screen mode is a great way to maximize screen space on smaller netbooks.
- Some Firefox and Opera extensions and themes will not run in full-screen mode. Consult the documentation for details.
- Full-screen mode is excellent for running presentations on a projector, as it hides your taskbar.
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