A problem of 'maximize(full-screen) small-photos upon clicking

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Old 11-24-06, 10:02 AM
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A problem of 'maximize(full-screen) small-photos upon clicking

Hi:
I have a problem of 'maximize' small-sized photos in order to fit/maximize them in full screen. Always, I need to click 'Maximize' button at the top left corner.

Otherwise, photos appear in the 85% of the Screen.
I want to look at those photos in full screen/100% to fit to the screen, from one corner to the other. Clicking 'maximize' button each time is quite tiring.

However, on other, older computer, there is NO problem, ... photos comes right away, in full-screen with NO need to click 'Maximize' button at the top left corner.

What is a problem with this computer which is almost a brand new?

Wonder how to get photos in full-screen/100% upon clicking small-sized photos in order to look at them in full-view Screen/100%.

Thanks for your help in advance.
 
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Old 11-24-06, 05:25 PM
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What program is this that you are using?
 
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Old 11-24-06, 07:58 PM
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Hi:
Thanks for the response.

Luckily enough, ... I was able to figure it out by my own after spending for some time in front of the computer, as recalling this happened a year ago.

What I did is drag 'all'/four corners of the screen and close + Ctrl. Afterwards, all small-sized photos came to full-screen/maximize upon clicking them. No more need to click 'maximize' buttom at the top right corner.

However, once closed WindowsXP, the next time I need to repeat this again. Hopefully, the good brain/computer starts to memorize my pattern very soon.
 
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