Windows 10: Registry hack to maximize all windows

  1.    06 Jul 2016 #1

    Registry hack to maximize all windows


    Is there a provision for a registry hack in windows 10 like the old XP OS to force all window to open maximized? What I've found in the search function doesn't answer my question. I've tried all the normal ways that work for a while but windows will revert back to a normal screen after a day or 2 which only uses about half of my screen. Due to vision issues I prefer a maximized screen; I use a 32" LCD as a monitor.
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  3.    06 Jul 2016 #3

    Have you tried Winkey+M, that seems to minimise all open windows.
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