When I open an e-mail it opens 2" short of the top of screen.When I try to lift it up it stops the 2" short.I can maximise it but I didn't used to have to before another person used my computer.Please any help as I've tryed everything.Frustrated Gerald
Any window you want to resize permanently must be the last window closed.Grab the corners of the window and drag it to full screen size.Do not use Maximize.Close all other windows first via the Taskbar and this one last.Windows will remember the size used of the last window closed the next time you open the program.
The registry is a huge database where most computer errors like Opened e-mails are not full screen and can't lift the top up. error come from. When a software was installed or uninstalled incorrectly, sometimes there will be some corrupt registry entries of some software files like Opened e-mails are not full screen and can't lift the top up. are left in the registry. That's why you need to regularly clean those invalid registry entries and keep the registry tidy so that such errors won't bother you.
Attention: The system registry stores all data that all software and hardware require to run. So it's not suggested that you clean the system registry by yourself. You should know that a tiny mistake may lead to a crashing down or the corruption of the operating system
The ultimate solution for error: Opened e-mails are not full screen and can't lift the top up. is to reinstall Windows. This removes all unwanted application that is causing problems, erases adware and other malware, clears out junk files and so on.
A Windows disc is needed for old versions of Windows, but Windows 8 has a built in Refresh option that makes the job easy. Bring up the Charms bar on the right side of the screen and click Settings, Change PC settings. Click Update and recovery, then Recovery. Under Refresh your PC without affecting your files, click Get started.
Personal files - photos, music and documents - are kept, so it isn't a complete refresh, but it's may be enough for most people. A more powerful option is Remove everything and reinstall Windows. Copy files you want to keep to a USB drive before starting though.
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