Windows 10: Turn off the reminder window positions and open folders in full screen


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    why ask? this is not win10 forum?
       08 Feb 2016 #1

    Turn off the reminder window positions and open folders in full screen


    Hello all. when i move a window or application in some spot of the desktop and i close it, when i open it again the folder goes to the last position used. And i just want open any folder or program and the program opens centred in the screen, not in last place where i left. i searched alot and i dont find the solution...

    Also i'm interested to know how to open all system folders and apps in full screen mode... this stuff should be default as windows default options...
    Last edited by honmaru; 08 Feb 2016 at 08:03. Reason: BAD ENGLISH
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