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Windows 2008, performance monitor, how to expand counters window ??

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This is a silly thing to have to ask here but I am very frustrated with it :)  In 2003 you can drag the counters window to make it bigger, in 2008 & 2008 r2 it doesn't let me do this.  This results in a counters window that is always 1 line long i can't look at stats for multiple counters simultaneously i have to arrow down counter by counter and it is super annoying.  What am I missing ? Help !
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