Windows 7 - Setting all desktop icons to open "Maximized"

Asked By Candac on 03-Dec-08 12:04 PM
Is there a setting in the Windows Operating System that would force all
desktop icons and or shortcuts to open in Maximized view automatically? I
realize that some shortcut icons on the desktop have a "Shortcut" tab when
you go to that icon's properties, and it allows you to change the "Run"
option to "Maximized". But this is not the case with all icons/shortcuts on
the desktop.




Leonard Grey replied on 03-Dec-08 12:24 PM
There is no global setting in Windows XP, but there may be third party
software you can add that will do this.
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Leonard Grey
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Richard replied on 03-Dec-08 09:20 PM
http://www.jiisoft.com/iemaximizer/Default.aspx
Olórin replied on 04-Dec-08 05:43 AM
Only advertises itself as applying to Internet Explorer and Outlook
Express...

Candace - which desktop icons/shortcuts don't have a "shortcut" tab? You can
always create your own shortcuts for those applications and set *their*
properties to open maximised.