Some Macintosh users may know this tip:
Did you know there's an easy way to expand the currently active window?
Let's say you working on an application, and you want to expand the currently active window to use the full screen. You can play around with the edge of the window so that it fits perfectly, or you can use a simple shortcut.
To maximize any window to the full screen, simply double click on the window title bar.
The nice thing about this trick is that it doesn't block the main menus, which would happen if you "Enter Full Screen" option in the View menu. This will block out the title bar and the Dock.
Using the "Double Click on the Window Title Bar" trick is a super-fast way to get your window the full attention of your screen.
Enable Window Zoom
If double-clicking the window ends up minimizing the window, you need to make a change to your system settings. You change this in the Dock settings:
- Right click on the | in the Dock and select Dock preferences
- In the Dock Preferences window make sure that your option says, "Double-click a window's title bar to" Zoom.
- Test this on any application window.
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