- You can always start Microsoft Edge in full screen command line to better focus on what you are browsing.
- As a first solution, you can reset your browser using the steps in this guide.
- As an alternative, you can consider using a different browser that you can find below.
- If you don't know how to start Edge in full screen command line, just keep reading!
Full screen mode is a feature that most browsers have nowadays, and it allows you better impressiveness into watching YouTube videos, or concentrating on work when using the browser.
Of course, how you access full-screen mode varies from browser to browser, with some browsers requiring a simple click of a button, while others need a combination of keys to work.
With that in mind, we will be looking over how you can toggle Microsoft Edge’s full-screen mode, so that you can enjoy using it distraction-free, with 100% of your focus directed at it.
The reason we chose Microsoft Edge is that it has a long history oh changes and overhauls, transforming from a simple Internet Explorer descendant to changing its architecture altogether.
That being the case, any possible combinations or key-strokes that you knew before therefore no longer apply.
How do I enable the full screen mode in Microsoft Edge?
Use your keyboard
- Open Microsoft Edge.
- Press F11.
- You can toggle back to normal mode by pressing F11 again.
How do I fix Microsoft Edge if the full-screen mode doesn’t work?
1. Consider using a different browser
As mentioned above, all browsers have a full-screen mode. So, if you can’t manage to make it work in Microsoft Edge, then maybe you should switch to a different browser.
If Chromium-based browsers are your thing, and you like modern looks and low-resource consumption, then Opera is the best choice for you.
It has all the tools Edge does, and more, including a built-in VPN, and a far bigger extension library. To enable full-screen mode in Opera, simply open a new tab, and press F11 as well.
Enjoy full-screen content on this very reliable Chromium-based browser with fewer errors than ever before.
2. Reset Microsoft Edge
- Open Microsoft Edge.
- Press the three-dotted line in the top-right of the screen.
- Go to Settings.
- Select Reset Settings, and then choose Reset.
- Confirm your decision, and then restart your PC.
3. Reinstall Microsoft Edge
- Press Start.
- Type in Edge, and select the Microsoft Edge icon.
- Right-click the icon, and select Uninstall.
- Go to Microsoft Edge’s webpage, download the client and install it again.
By following these methods, you should now be able to enable full-screen mode in Microsoft Edge without any further issues.
Let us know what solution you used by leaving us your feedback in the comments section below.