Changing Window Borders and Title Bar WITHOUT messing up anything ELSE

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  1. Posts : 148
    Win 10 Pro - 1903
       #11

    Reboot done. All came back. No changes evident.

    Here's the NVidia report on resolution.

    Changing Window Borders and Title Bar WITHOUT messing up anything ELSE-win-10-nvidia-display.jpg
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  2. Posts : 641
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #12

    What does your setting here say? Is it also at "(Recommended)"? If not change it to that, and sign off/reboot.

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  3. Posts : 148
    Win 10 Pro - 1903
       #13

    Changing Window Borders and Title Bar WITHOUT messing up anything ELSE-win10-advanced-setting.jpg

    Hmmm...which reading should I believe? NVidia's in the previous post, or the one on the left immediately above, or the one on the right that says I'm lower than 1680 x 1260?
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  4. Posts : 641
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #14

    Florida Rene said:
    Changing Window Borders and Title Bar WITHOUT messing up anything ELSE-win10-advanced-setting.jpg

    Hmmm...which reading should I believe? NVidia's in the previous post, or the one on the left immediately above, or the one on the right that says I'm lower than 1680 x 1260?
    Nvidia is just showing what it can handle as native. The other two are what your actual resolution is set at, but none are answering my question of the setting I asked about. You can try changing them to see, but what is this one at? If this is not a recommended that is the problem.
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  5. Posts : 7,257
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #15

    You could try WinAero Tweaker, it can do what your looking for.
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  6. Posts : 148
    Win 10 Pro - 1903
       #16

    swarfega said:
    You could try WinAero Tweaker, it can do what your looking for.
    I did. It didn't hold. Made the changes but they disappeared after reboot.
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  7. Posts : 641
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #17

    Something else just popped in my head. Do you have more than one W10 machines? If so do you use the same sign in? Maybe under the sync settings the theme is set to sync also, and it's messing things up.
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  8. Posts : 148
    Win 10 Pro - 1903
       #18

    Bobby Phoenix said:
    Nvidia is just showing what it can handle as native. The other two are what your actual resolution is set at, but none are answering my question of the setting I asked about. You can try changing them to see, but what is this one at? If this is not a recommended that is the problem.
    It was not at 100, so I reset it and this is what happened:
    Changing Window Borders and Title Bar WITHOUT messing up anything ELSE-win10-resolution-100.jpg

    Previously, I had all those icons in separate affinity groups spread out on twin monitors. The resetting shrunk them all terribly (these old eyes can't squint that much) and grouped them all in one collection with no order.
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  9. Posts : 148
    Win 10 Pro - 1903
       #19

    Bobby Phoenix said:
    Something else just popped in my head. Do you have more than one W10 machines? If so do you use the same sign in? Maybe under the sync settings the theme is set to sync also, and it's messing things up.
    Good thought, but no. More than one machine, but only put Win10 on one to see if it would function for me. So far, the jury is out.
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  10. Posts : 641
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #20

    Florida Rene said:
    It was not at 100, so I reset it and this is what happened:
    Changing Window Borders and Title Bar WITHOUT messing up anything ELSE-win10-resolution-100.jpg

    Previously, I had all those icons in separate affinity groups spread out on twin monitors. The resetting shrunk them all terribly (these old eyes can't squint that much) and grouped them all in one collection with no order.
    OK but setting it back to 100 did the title bars go back to normal too? And with it back to 100 can you now change the settings and uncheck the bold box?
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