How to Resize Non-resizable Windows in Windows 10, 8.1

By: Marian Cularea
3 minute read

In most cases, you have the feature in Windows 10 or Windows 8.1 operating systems to resize a window at your choosing from either a new app you have installed or perhaps some window in a browser you are using. Unfortunately, there are some cases where you probably stumbled upon in Windows 10 or 8.1 when you cannot resize a window, this usually happens to the pop-ups that appear either from errors or notifications.
resize a non resizable window in Windows 8, 8.1
We have available a free program called “ResizeEnable” and fortunately for us this app was made for the previous versions of Windows like Windows 7 or Windows Vista but it still works just as good in Windows 10 or Windows 8.1. Read below in detail the explication on how to install this app into your Windows 10, 8.1 operating system and how to use it properly.

Ho to resize non-resizable windows in Windows 10 and Windows 8.1?

This app is pretty easy to use and basically, all it does is allow you to resize a window that is normally non-resizable in your Windows operating system.

In order to install this app on the Windows 10, 8.1 operating system follow the link posted below:

Download here ResizeEnable app for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 devices

After you left click on the link above you will be prompt by Windows with a message from which you will need to choose by left-clicking the second option “Save As”. After you chose the correct option you need to left click on the button “OK” situated on the lower side of that window.

Note 1: The executable should be downloaded to your Windows 10 or Windows 8.1 device.

Note 2: It is recommended to download the executable to your Desktop for an easy access.

After the download is finished just double left click on the icon and it will start the installation of this app. Also when the installation is finished it will leave an icon to your system tray that will run for the duration of your use of the Windows 10 or 8.1 device and it will allow you to resize any of the windows you have in the system thus making it better for you to see them.

In many cases, you might want to resize not only error message windows, but also some elements of your desktop. Customizing such things as taskbars and menus might increase your productivity. For all of you, interested, here is a method on how to resize the Start Menu in Windows. You might find more tips and tricks on how to customize your desktop by searching in our site’s Search bar.

So you can see that only by downloading this app you are now able to resize all of your windows at will and make your use of the Windows 8 system a little bit easier from now on. Write to us below your opinions on this subject and if this app worked for your operating system.

Read Also: Hard Drive not Showing in Windows 8, 8.1 [Fix]

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in September 2014 and has been since revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.

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