With the arrival of Windows 8, we saw a lot of applications appear adapted to their own format, in which touch devices prevailed. For this same reason, most of them were displayed in full screen, something that on certain occasions can be more useful than maximizing the content since this way less details are lost and everything fits better, especially on those devices with a non-screen. Too big.
However, the truth is that despite the fact that this option is no longer enabled in the new Windows 10, there are those who miss it, and with a small keyboard combination you will have the ability to display apps like Microsoft Edge in real full screen on your computer easily.
How to display Microsoft Edge full screen in Windows 10
In this case, doing this reminds us, in a way, of what Windows 8.1 was, since this mode shows the content of the websites in the foreground and occupying the entire monitor or screen of the device, while if you approach the top with the mouse, it will be when the different options appear. The same also happens with the lower part of the screen, only in this case what will be displayed will be the operating system taskbar.
To display any Microsoft Edge browser window in Windows 10 in full screen mode, all you have to do is, being inside said window, access the keyboard combination Win + Shift + Enter.
As soon as you press the key combination in question, you can see how quickly Microsoft Edge automatically adapts to the space on your screen, displaying the maximum possible content of the web page you are visiting at that particular moment. Similarly, to return to classic mode you can press the combination again on your computer keyboard, or access the top of the screen with the mouse, where you will find a new button before closing the application for it.