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The best answer is to create a keyboard shortcut in System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> App Shortcuts. Then add Chrome or whichever and in the name exact as it appears enter: Zoom. THis is the critical part... THe shortcut has to include the "Shift" key. When you want to fully maximize the window using the keyboard and mouse you can do so by ...
Conky is a very popular system monitor for unix-like operating systems, it can display a lot of system information. http://conky.sourceforge.net/ You might be interested in tiling window managers, they are very popular with unix powerusers, popular ones are awesome and i3. http://awesome.naquadah.org/
I used to use LiteStep for this back in late middle school to early high school (Early 2000's). I haven't kept up on the status of the project but it was pretty sweet for Windows XP back in the day. The logs, btw, can be incredibly handy... Always loved the networking ones... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_alternative_shells_for_Windows
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You can use DevilsPie for this. There is no nativ way to do this in Xfwm4.
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