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I have a Question:

When I "click open" for say like Windows File Explorer to have the Window opened at maximum ALL the time so no-need to keep-on adjusting for 100% of view

All help VALUED

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Paul M
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Shaun VermaakTechnical Specialist/DeveloperCommented:
Not natively. You can, however, use the shortcut to make it easier/quicker at least
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Robert LemMrCommented:
In Windows 7, applications remember the previous status of window size. If you run an application and set it to maximized then close, the next time you open it automatically in a maximized window. Moreover, we also can configure in Properties of shortcuts to run in Maximized window.

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Grey Matter One"Digital EPA" Executive Professional AssistantAuthor Commented:
Hello All Community MEMBERS...

I Thank you for your answers and reply's

That is "Spot-On" Robert L

Best Ever

Paul M
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Grey Matter One"Digital EPA" Executive Professional AssistantAuthor Commented:
Yes WOW !
Brilliant Answers

Best Ever
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Robert LemMrCommented:
You're welcome Paul.
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