How can we set up IE on W10 so that a site will open in "normal mode".

W10 recently installed.  When using IE, the window will open in a reduced size screen.  We've tried dragging the edges to created a larger screen and then closing the site.  When reopening the site, it again remains a small window.   W10 does not remember the size of the screen.  IE is set to normal in properties.  I do not want to use F11 and I don't want to use the Kiosk mode.  Ideas?
tonyadamRetiredAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
IE 11 on my Windows 10 machine opens in the size I left it. Always.

If I have an issue (I had a dumb printer - not my choice blow up my system). IE 11 was in a small window after recovery.

But in normal operation, IE 11 always lands where I left it.

Open IE, Tools, Internet Options, Advanced and do a FULL Reset. Now shut down (power off), start up, open IE to, say, google.com. Let it load. Size it to what you want.

Now exit IE and reopen IE. Does it not open the way you just left it?
McKnifeCommented:
As with any weird problem, the first step a troubleshooter will take is to logon as another user on the same computer and try to reproduce it.

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McKnifeCommented:
You need to be aware that you need to give feedback on your question in order to get satisfactory help.
tonyadamRetiredAuthor Commented:
McKnife, frankly with the new site and the amount of money I have to pay for help, I'm a little disappointed.  I'm happy to give feedback but when an issue is not resolved and I start getting messages about the question being abandoned and then not able to ask any more questions because of it, I get frustrated.  That might be OK for a free service but this isn't free.  There are simply times when I cannot get right back to an issue.  This is one of them.  However, since the system is operating basically OK except for this "minor" issue, I've been putting more attention on other more significant problems.  This is basically an unresolved issue but I think your comment is on the right track.   We tried all of the Hurst suggestions and they did not solve it.   BTW, overall, I'm satisfied with EE.  If I wasn't, I wouldn't have renewed my subscription.
McKnifeCommented:
I understand. But this "time management problem" is something we all face. If we don't get things to an end before we start new threads, it's obvious, where this will lead. Have your thread re-opened by clicking "request attention".
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