[Tip] Give Browse Dialog Box More Space in Windows Vista and Later
Its time for sharing an interesting thing, which I found today.
As we all know "Dialog boxes" don't contain Maximize, Minimize buttons. They only have "Close" button and we can't maximize them. If we right-click on the titlebar of a dialog box, we get only 2 options in context menu:
But for my surprise, when I opened "Browse" dialog box in RUN, I found that it can be maximized even its a dialog box. If you double-click on its titlebar, it'll be maximized. (But not fully maximized, the border will still be visible). Also you'll get an option "Maximize" in context menu of titlebar.
So its an interesting thing in Windows Vista and later. I think since Browse dialog box looks similar to Windows Explorer and has same properties, that's why it can be maximized irrespective of other dialog boxes.
PS: It happens for all Browse/Save/Open dialog boxes in all windows applications, like Notepad, etc.
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