How to Enable Full Screen in Google Chrome
By activating the mode fullscreen in Google Chrome, you will be free from various distractions such as the bookmark bar, browser menu, window tabs, to the taskbar, clock, and other features.
Model fullscreen or full screen does not make the text appear bigger, but serves to reduce “distraction” while working.
Well, for those of you who want to activate the mode fullscreen on the desktop version of Google Chrome, here’s a guide to follow.
How to enable full screen mode in Google Chrome
1. Click three vertical dots icon in the top right corner.
2. After that click on the rectangular shaped icon located next to the Zoom option.
3. Display fullscreen Google Chrome is something like this. Pure web page without any other components.
Not only parts of Chrome are missing, Windows Taskbar is also hidden. To bring it back up, just press the button WINDOWS located between CTRL and ALT.
How to get out of full screen mode
To get out of fashion full-screenyou just need to press the button F11 on the keyboard or right-click and select Exit full screen view (Exit full screen).
Another way is to point the mouse cursor to the top side, then a button with a cross will appear. Click the button to exit full screen.
Here are some questions you might want to ask about fashion full-screen on Google Chrome.
- How do I switch tabs in full screen mode?
Since the tabs no longer appear, the workaround is to use a shortcut CTRL+1/2/3 in order of browser tab numbers.
- How to zoom?
If the content is not big enough, you can do it zoom in by pressing the combination CTRL+Plus. Temporary zoom out use CTRL+Minus.
- Is it possible to use other programs while Chrome is in full screen
Of course you can. The Windows Taskbar can be reappeared at the press of a button WINDOWS sandwiched between CTRL and ALT. Combination ALT+TAB also helps you to switch between program windows.
That’s how to activate Full Screen mode in Google Chrome.
If you have other questions, feel free to post a comment 🙂