How to see the full web-page is a browser?
I’ve to scroll always to see the whole web page while working.
You can Use F11 Button to increase to make it Full Screen. To vie the entire webpage in a page , you will have to reduce the page size by Pressing Ctrl Key and Moving the Mouse wheel down.
you can press F11 key to toggle full screen mode and if you press again the you can reduce it
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