New answers tagged resize
Right click the window title, Go to Properties > Layout and adjust the "Screen Buffer Size" to fit the "Window Size".
I'm not sure if there is a way to do it natively in Windows, however, there are some apps that might be able to do what you're looking for: Divvy: With Divvy, it’s as simple as a single click and drag in the Divvy interface and your window will be resized and moved to a relative portion of the screen. If that seems like too much work, you can go ahead ...
I found the answer to this. Turned out that the Intel HD Graphics 3000 card I have was the source of the problem. I googled until I found the reason for the overscan, and info on how to resolve it . Using Intel Graphic Utility,I was able to install the correct driver update for my system,rebooted my machine after install completed, and the problem went ...
Top 50 recent answers are included