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Super maximize active window

Winsupermaximize is a tiny utility for Windows that "super maximizes" the active window, just like "Full Screen" (F11) function in Internet Explorer or Firefox browser, but for any window. That is it removes the title bar from active Window and it may be useful when viewing a full screen image. When running, this utility will add an icon in the notification area of the Windows taskbar.

When you double-click on the icon or using a shortcut key (Windows key + F11), it will resize the currently active window so the title bar is actually above the screen boundaries, thus saving those extra pixels that you don't want to waste.

When you double-click on it again it or using shortcut key (Windows key+F11) will bring back the window to its original size and position.

However for best performance you should set up your taskbar as "auto-hide". If you don't, the lower part of the window will actually be behind the taskbar. You can download the utility from


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