How to Display Apps in Full Screen View in Windows 10
Universal Windows apps
(aka: modern apps) can now be opened in resizable windows on your desktop like any other app now in Windows 10.
This tutorial will show you how to display universal apps
in full screen
view in Windows 10
When you display a universal app in full screen view, it will not always stay that way. The next time you open the app, it will display in a window on your desktop as usual.
While you have tablet mode
turned on, app will always open in full screen view and cannot be reduced.
To Display App in Full Screen View
While you have an app open in a desktop window view, click/tap on the Full screen
at the top right corner. (see screenshots below)
To Exit Full Screen View for an App
While you have an app open in full screen view, do step 2 or 3
below for what you would like to do.
2. Swipe down from top border
or move pointer to top border
of the app to have the title bar
slide down, and click/tap on the Exit full screen
at the top right corner. (see screenshots below )
If you have multiple displays
, then you can also click/tap on the app's taskbar icon to minimize it, and click/tap on the app's taskbar icon to restore full screen again.